ThyssenKrupp will supply green steel for Miele

ThyssenKruppSteel Europe and the German producer of household appliances Miele Group have signed a memorandum of understanding on the supply of green steel from the iron direct reduction plant in Duisburg. The enterprise to be launched in 2026, reports the Thyssenkrupp website.

ThyssenKrupp will supply its patented Bluemint steel for the home appliance producer. In the following years, the volume of purchases will gradually increase. By 2030, Miele and Thyssenkrupp plan to switch 100% to Bluemint.

By 2030, the German producer of household appliances aims to reduce carbon emissions from its devices at the stage of use (Scope 3) by another 15% compared to 2019. Miele has already signed similar agreements for the supply of low-carbon steel with Germany’s Salzgitter AG (in 2021) and Sweden’s H2 Green Steel (in May 2022).

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