The application of fossil fuels, such as coal and coal-derived coke in iron ore processing and steelmaking, contributes to 20 % of total global industrial fossil fuel consumption (Abdelazis et al. 2011). Moreover, steelmaking industries account for 6.7 % of global CO2...
Dimitar Valev PhD has joined the Luxmet team in September and will play an important role in the investigation of future applications of our technology. Even though, Dimitar comes from a different professional background (Bioprocess Engineering), he has solid...
Tytti Piippo joined Luxmet in July as a Project Coordinator. Tytti’s work tasks include various sales and marketing projects and connecting with customers. Tytti will also be visiting our customers and helping them to get the most out of Luxmet’s solutions. Tytti...
Antti Lassila has joined Luxmet as a Sales Development Manager. Antti’s first goal is to build a scalable sales processes to respond to the needs of increasing sales. Antti will be also working closely with our customers and helping them to achieve great benefits...
Electric arc furnace research has intensified in Finland due to increasing requirements of producing steel with lower CO2 emissions. In order to tackle the challenge of producing green steel, Luxmet is undertaking joint research project AMET...
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