Synopsis: The Welsh Secretary, David TC Davies, announced the establishment of the Tata Steel / Port Talbot Transition Board after Tata's investment plans for greener steel production. The board's inaugural meeting on October 19 marked a significant step towards supporting affected communities during the transition to low-CO₂ steelmaking. Additional funds from the UK Government and Tata Steel will aid the board in assisting affected individuals and businesses while fostering long-term economic regeneration.Article: The inaugural meeting of the Tata Steel / Port Talbot Transition Board was convened on Thursday, October 19, 2023, at the premises of the company's Port Talbot site. This meeting was chaired by the Secretary of State for Wales, David TC Davies.In an important development, the Welsh Secretary, David TC Davies, has revealed the creation of the Tata Steel / Port Talbot Transition Board. Expressing his satisfaction with this development, Welsh Secretary David TC Davies emphasized the importance of the Transition Board's establishment and the critical role it will play in facilitating the transition to greener steel production. He highlighted the necessity for collaboration and collective efforts among all partners involved to ensure the best possible outcomes for the communities affected by these changes.Despite acknowledging the challenges that lie ahead, David TC Davies expressed confidence in the capabilities of the individuals gathered around the table, all of whom are committed to working diligently to bring about the transition to greener steel and understanding its implications for the community.Conclusion: The Transition Board's establishment is pivotal, marking a collective effort to support individuals, businesses, and communities affected by the shift towards low-CO₂ steel production. Additionally, the availability of £100 million in funding from both the UK Government and Tata Steel underscores the commitment to assisting those affected and fostering long-term economic regeneration.