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Rusal Sets New Low For Carbon Dioxide Output In Primary Aluminium Production

Rusal Sets New Low For Carbon Dioxide Output In Primary Aluminium Production

Russian Federation aluminium giant UC Rusal announced earlier this week that it is now producing primary aluminium with the lowest carbon footprint thus far in the entire global metals industry. On Tuesday, Rusal’s parent company En+ Group revealed that the firm is...

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En+ Commits To Zero GHG Emissions By 2050

Anglo-Russian energy and metals company En+ Group IPJSC announced yesterday its intention to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 35 percent by 2030 and net zero by 2050. The firm’s board of directors signed off on the goal earlier this week and created a task force led by Chief Operating Officer Vyacheslav Solomin […]

En+ Highlights Low-Carbon Aluminium As Key To Europe’s Economic Recovery

Russian Federation aluminium giant U.C. Rusal’s parent company En+ Group yesterday urged Europe to adopt low-carbon aluminium as the metal of choice as its economy works to rebuild from the effects of coronavirus in the place of less sustainable metals. En+ Group Executive Chairman Lord Barker said in a press release that it will require […]

En+ Group Joins Business Ambition for 1.5°C Movement

Russian aluminium behemoth U.C. Rusal’s parent company En+ Group IPJSC announced yesterday its intention to reach certain science-based emission reduction targets (SBTi) in order to contribute to the global movement to establish a global net-zero carbon economy. In joining the Business Ambition for 1.5°C movement, En+ says it is responding by continuing calls to action […]

U.S. Senate Votes Against Extending Sanctions On Rusal

Russian Federation aluminium titan U.C. Rusal is seeing more light at the end of the sanctions tunnel after the United States Senate rejected legislation that would have kept the world’s second-biggest aluminium producer under sanction. On Wednesday the upper house of Congress voted 57-42 to end debate on the legislation, effectively ending its consideration by […]