The VELUX Group has entered into a partnership agreement with world's largest aluminium recycler Novelis to provide high-recycled-content, flat-rolled aluminium for use in VELUX roof windows. This partnership will contribute to the VELUX goal to halve emissions from the value chain by 2030.The multi-year partnership agreement between Novelis and VELUX aims to reach below 4.0 kg carbon emitted per kilogram of supplied rolled aluminium by the end of 2024, which is well below half the average carbon footprint of primary aluminium used in Europe. The partners are aiming for further carbon reductions by 2030.The aluminium will have a recycled content of around 70%, which represents an increase of around 30% from what Novelis currently supplies to VELUX. Recycling aluminium requires only 5% of the energy and results in up to 95% fewer carbon emissions than manufacturing primary aluminium.With more than 94 percent of the VELUX Group's carbon footprint stemming from materials used in its products, value chain collaboration is critical for halving its scope 3 and product emissions by 2030. These targets are in addition to the Group's 100% reduction target for scope 1 and 2 emissions, also by 2030.VELUX Group and Novelis have agreed to work further together to optimise carbon emission reductions in aluminium and to develop more sustainable coating systems with the aim to help cultivate a more circular materials industry. The latter is a common goal that both companies are also advancing in other long-term partnerships.