ArcelorMittal South Africa announced that it has completed the feasibility study for two 100MW renewable energy projects planned for Gauteng and the Western Cape. The projects are expected to be commissioned by early 2025. The two energy plants are intended to supply existing facilities within ArcelorMittal South Africa. ArcelorMittal South Africa indicated that the initiative will assist the company in achieving its carbon intensity reduction targets. Lowering ArcelorMittal South Africa’s carbon intensity will include ramping up the use of renewable energy In its latest Environmental, Social & Governance report, ArcelorMittal South Africa acknowledged that it is a large consumer of energy, water and raw materials, and a large emitter of greenhouse gases. In 2022 we will spend in excess of ZAR 400 million mitigating negative current and historical environmental impacts The steel producer anticipates that the alternative energy source will heighten energy security, furthering the company’s business performance, which has been affected by unstable electricity supply from the national grid.