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Edging closer to green hydrogen

Hydrogen is fast gaining momentum as a key player in the green energy transition. But why is it key to decarbonisation and how can it be rolled out faster?

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Reinventing steel for a green future

The steel industry needs to decarbonise to be in line with the EU’s goal to reduce carbon emissions by 55% by 2030. Erik van Doezum, ING’s steel lead, shares some insights on ways the industry can cut emissions, and what ING is doing to help.

A full stop to Russian gas could plunge Europe into a full-blown recession

While Europe cut demand for gas by 15%, Russia also lowered flows through Nord Stream 1. Gas prices are now skyrocketing. Both decisions will result in falling demand for gas. The energy crisis will lead Europe into recession – the question is just how bad will it be?

Compelling reasons to embrace sustainability

Sustainability is a key concern for today’s corporate world. It is not just a buzzword – there are sound business reasons for companies to take environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues seriously.