Trinec Czech Republic based Trinecké Zelezarny is going to start implementing of specific projects to reduce CO2 emissions into the air in 2022. According to calculations, their volume will decrease by more than a half by 2030. The integrated Green Werk Transformation Project will affect the energy sector, the product portfolio and primary production processes. The first to be started next year is the construction of a new emission-free briquetting line with a capacity of up to 500,000 tonnes of briquettes per year, which will replace steel plant sinter and partially blast furnace sinter. Its production is a very energy-intensive process with a high specific consumption of fossil fuels resulting in high CO2 emissions. The investment costs will reach CZK 950 million. Třinecké železárny wants to finance a part of the costs from a subsidy from the Modernization Fund in amount of CZK 405 million, of which TŽ has applied for and has been waiting for notification from the European authorities. The line will provide jobs for 12 new workers. The plant is going to be put it into operation in mid-2025. The new technology works on the principle of mixed powdered ores by pressure and binder. The essence of a production is a high-pressure press where the material is pressed under very high pressure and a vacuum pump. This is preceded by a material preparation line where the material is mixed, moistened and a binder is added. The final briquette reaches the mechanical strength required for charge after 48 hours. The bonding agent constitutes a maximum of 5% of the total volume. Technologists and researchers of Třinecké železárny are now working on creating of the most suitable bonding agent with the possibility of using their own secondary products of metallurgical production. The integrated Green Werk Transformation Project includes several projects aiming at further emissions reduction. For example, a partial switch to a modern electric arc furnace technology and mainly steel production from scrap. For the construction of two photovoltaic power plants Třinecké železárny projects costs exceeding CZK 40 million. Both are going to be built on the production halls of the detached plants in Kladno and Staré Město at Uherské Hradiště region. Another photovoltaic plant with a cost of approximately CZK 10 million is going to be installed by the Energetika Třinec subsidiary on the premises of Třinecké železárny this year. The fundamental change in the energy sector will be a runaway from coal combustion.