Nucor CEO Mr Leon Topalian confirmed during an investor presentation call that Nucor shipped first coil of Econiq to General Motors in January 2022, after launching this new line of steels this past October. He said “Our Econiq offering represents the world's first ever net zero carbon steel available at scale. We look forward to continuing to offer Econiq to more customers and, of course, lower greenhouse gas emission steel across our product portfolio. We're excited about Econiq. Again, this, again, more recent transformation over the last two, three, four years, and moving into a much more sustainable place, Nucor is, again, I think, been ahead of the curve. We've done things that many in our industry have not. We've got two virtual power purchase agreements today that because of our balance sheet allow us to be able to do those things. So it's not just the major OEMs in automotive now that are asking for it. We're seeing many of our construction, many of our OEM partners outside of automotive that are beginning to ask for this. And so I'm not going to detail out what the value is.”Nucor had announced the launch of a line of net-zero carbon steel products called Econiq, produced using 100% renewable energy and carbon offsets in October 2020. General Motors was to be the first customer to receive the Econiq net-zero steel, starting in the first quarter of 2022. Nucor anticipates that all of the steel it ships to GM will be carbon-neutral by the end of 2022.Nucor has announced a 35% reduction target by 2030. That will bring Nucor to about a 0.37, 0.38 tons of CO2 per ton of steel produced, which, again, in the world, numbers is incredibly low.