Tata Steel creates a culture and ecosystem of innovation, ushering India into the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Tata Steel works closely with the government and regulators to shape and drive policies for economic and environmental sustainability.
Leveraging their knowhow of steel-making and their proactive, future-facing approach, Tata Steel entered into LRPC strands in the early 90s.
With 300 sunny days each year, India’s solar energy potential is 5000 trillion kilowatt-hours/ year.
Tata Steel is the first steel manufacturer in India to have steel products that are GreenPro certified.
Environmentally speaking, Mobile Canning is a brilliant idea.
In India, the per capita availability of water has declined by over 60% (from 3000 cubic metres to 1123) over the last 50 years.
Tata Steel is one of the Indian companies to leverage FRPs for the creation of High-Pressure Vessels in the water filtration industry.
Modern mining practices today are far removed from those even 20 years ago.
Cars made with HyperForm steel conform to all safety standards.