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Japan is a global leader in steel production. But it faces challenges in reducing CO2 emissions from the steel industry – a vital step in meeting global climate targets. The country’s well-established GPP programmes could have the potential to drive steel decarbonisation, stimulating wider demand for low-carbon products.

In their latest report, Global Efficiency Intelligence explores the role of GPP in driving down emissions in Japan’s steel industry, and the opportunities and challenges to implementing such policies. We’ve also pulled out the report’s key findings below.

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