The greenest vehicles rely on advanced high-strength steel (AHSS) and its light carbon footprint. Discover why in a vehicle’s life cycle assessment, AHSS beats its competition when measuring its total life cycle carbon footprint from production to driving to disposal.




2016 Steel Industry Technology Roadmap for Automotive
 

A report on material and manufacturing technologies related to design, fuel economy, strength, durability, environmental performance and value and how AHSS meets those requirements now and in the future.



Lightweighting with Advanced High-Strenght Steel

Lightweighting with Advanced High-Strength Steel Produces Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions than Lightweighting with Aluminum 

The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI), a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute, released a peer-reviewed study demonstrating the importance of material production emissions toward a vehicle’s lifetime environmental impact.

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DriveUsingSteel.org | Advanced High-Strength Steel



Men and Women of Steel

The Men and Women of Steel Awards recognize individuals for their innovative uses and applications of steel at work and in the community.

NAIAS Pressroom Media Kit

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