Italian steel maker Acciaierie Venete has embarked on an ambitious path towards the decarbonization of its production processes and support activities with Enel Energia’s Enel X. The goal of the work started is to guarantee zero net emissions by 2050, in line with the strategy defined by the European Commission. To achieve this goal, as a first step, the emissions calculation for all eight production sites owned by Acciaierie Venete was carried out. The analysis was conducted in such a way as to ensure absolute consistency with international standards. From the data analyzed in 2021 on the entire carbon footprint of Scope 1, Scope 2 location based & mobility of goods and people on the road it is clear that Acciaierie Venete emits an average of 0.238 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per tonne of cast and rolled steel.Starting from the measurement carried out, the project envisages the creation of a roadmap aimed at identifying the technological, strategic and operational solutions suitable for pursuing the reduction of the Group's carbon footprint. Among the planned interventions, the main ones will concern the use of sustainable materials and energies, Enel X is the Enel Group's global business line that offers services that accelerate innovation and guide the energy transition and is a world leader in the sector of advanced energy solutions. Through its advanced solutions, including energy management and financial services, Enel X provides each partner with an intuitive and personalized ecosystem of technological platforms and consulting services, focused on the principles of sustainability and the circular economy in order to provide people, communities, institutions and companies an alternative model that respects the environment and integrates technological innovation into daily life. Each solution has the power to transform the goals of decarbonization, electrification and digitalization into sustainable actions for all,Acciaierie Venete first began producing steel in 1957 operating in the field of commodities: ingots, billets and rebars. At the beginning of the 1980s, the company began to move towards the production of high quality long products, a process which led to it becoming one of Europe's leading producers in the engineering steel market. The company has grown with the acquisition in 2003 of the Sarezzo, Mura and Dolcè plants and in 2018 of the Borgo Valsugana and Odolo plants. Acciaierie Venete has a production capacity of 1.8 million tonnes peryear of steel. This steel is produced in Padua, Sarezzo and Borgo Valsugana and transformed into finished products in Padua, Sarezzo, Mura, Dolcè, Odolo and Buja. For some applications, the steel is additionally processed in Modena and Idro. The steel produced by the company is used in a number of industrial sectors: automotive, earth-moving equipment and agricultural machinery, energy, mechanics and construction.