Unions say now Tata Steel workers have voted in favour of accepting pension reforms, it is time for the UK Government to do its bit.
Around 75 per cent of workers from each union - Community, Unite and GMB - voted to accept the deal, which includes a £1bn investment over 10 years, a two-blast furnace operation at Port Talbot and no compulsory redundancies for the next five years.
First Minister Carwyn Jones AM responded to the vote saying that the UK Government now needs to tackle high energy costs.
Following the result, Dave Hulse, National Officer for GMB called on the UK Government to make steel a high priority.
The Community union said that the tough decision made by workers showed their determination to safeguard jobs at the site.
Unite's representatives said the sacrifices workers have made must now be repaid by the UK Government and Tata Steel.
Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock said that steel working was a way of life in Port Talbot and there were still challenges to overcome.