Edward Murray (CEO) has today presented GreenIron, in front of an engaged and curious audience during AISTech 2022, in the historically powerful steel city of Pittsburgh

AISTech 2022 is a well-reputed conference that for almost 20 years has gathered thousands of visitors from all the world’s mining and steel industries. The title of the presentation was “Circularity, Profitability and Fossil-Free Reduction of Metal Oxides” and was about how GreenIron’s patented, energy efficient and fossil-free technology can help reduce the climate footprint of the world’s metal, mining and manufacturing industries. About how GreenIron can contribute to creating a fossil-free value chain, from ore extraction to steel production. With a focus on circularity, ie recycling of minerals and metals.

The strongest impressions after a few intense days are that:

  • The steel industry in the USA is facing strong changes with a drastic pace increase in the transition to fossil-free production. The realization of “winning or losing” is striking. The pressure comes from the climate threat, its relevance as an employer and to secure the important steel production for the future.
  • There is a strong focus on increasing the recycling of scrap, but significantly less on recycling residues and waste.
  • Interest in GreenIron’s carbon dioxide-free technology for recycling iron-based residues, waste and other metal oxides was greater than expected. An area that can almost be considered virgin territory on the American market.

Edward Murray (CEO) has today presented GreenIron, in front of an engaged and curious audience during AISTech 2022, in the historically powerful steel city of Pittsburgh.

AISTech 2022 is a well-reputed conference that for almost 20 years has gathered thousands of visitors from all the world’s mining and steel industries. The title of the presentation was “Circularity, Profitability and Fossil-Free Reduction of Metal Oxides” and was about how GreenIron’s patented, energy efficient and fossil-free technology can help reduce the climate footprint of the world’s metal, mining and manufacturing industries. About how GreenIron can contribute to creating a fossil-free value chain, from ore extraction to steel production. With a focus on circularity, ie recycling of minerals and metals.

The strongest impressions after a few intense days are that:

  • The steel industry in the USA is facing strong changes with a drastic pace increase in the transition to fossil-free production. The realization of “winning or losing” is striking. The pressure comes from the climate threat, its relevance as an employer and to secure the important steel production for the future.
  • There is a strong focus on increasing the recycling of scrap, but significantly less on recycling residues and waste.
  • Interest in GreenIron’s carbon dioxide-free technology for recycling iron-based residues, waste and other metal oxides was greater than expected. An area that can almost be considered virgin territory on the American market.