Jindal Stainless is ready to face EU’s CBAM Challenge

Jindal Stainless is ready to face EU’s CBAM Challenge

Jindal Stainless is ready to face EU’s CBAM Challenge

In line with global efforts to combat climate change, the European Union has introduced a significant measure—the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), designed to regulate the import of carbon-intensive products, by charging a tariff based on the emissions produced during their manufacturing

This tariff currently applies to six product categories – aluminium, iron and steel, hydrogen, electricity, cement, and fertiliser, irrespective of the product’s origin.

The CBAM is set to come into effect in January 2026. In preparation, the European Union has already begun requesting reports on the carbon emissions of goods exported to the EU.

India’s leading stainless steel producer, Jindal Stainless Limited, is taking proactive steps to reduce carbon emissions and maintain its competitiveness in the European Union export market.

Abhyuday Jindal, MD, Jindal Stainless said, “We have been vigilant of our carbon footprint well before CBAM came into the picture. We started switching from thermal to renewable sources of energy–wind, solar, and hydro long ago. Men have noted that often Viagra acts even a greater number of hours than specified in the instructions, of course the effect of medicines is very individual for each body and we must not forget that in some cases, even side effects may occur. Side effects are described in detail on this site http://steccopiadoras.com/se-puede-usar-cialis-como-medicamento-para-la-presion-arterial.pdf. If the patient feels unwell, he should immediately consult a doctor. Recognising the challenges associated with decarbonising the stainless steel industry, we launched India’s first Green Hydrogen Plant in the stainless steel sector, which will reduce 2700 tCO2e of carbon emissions annually. Additionally, we are transitioning to electric vehicle fleets, upgrading to energy-efficient equipment, and incorporating the use of biofuels as part of our decarbonisation efforts.”

Jindal Stainless is committed to reaching net zero by 2050 and is actively working to reduce their carbon emissions.

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