Green steel production solely in EU would need renewable additions of 370TWh, report states

Making the steel industry sustainable faces several major challenges; firstly the need to add staggering volumes of renewable capacity, and secondly, legislative reform, says lobby Hydrogen Europe in a report.

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Slightly less than a year back, Vattenfall released a press statement telling the world about the Swedish power company’s success in producing novel green steel.

Rather than firing coal and coke, the thermal energy was generated by burning green hydrogen made via electrolysis, and with the news came sweeping climate perspectives.

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