Thyssenkrupp to install hydrogen plant for Swedish steel maker

Once the project is finished, the plant will have a capacity of 700MW and thus likely be one of the world’s largest AWE facilities. 
The plant will have a capacity of 700MW. | Photo: Thilo Schmuelgen
The plant will have a capacity of 700MW. | Photo: Thilo Schmuelgen
by william rønfeldt kristensen, translated by katrine gøthler

The Germany-based electrolysis specialist, Thyssenkrupp Nucera, and the Swedish green impact company, H2 Green Steel, have signed an agreement to build a large-scale hydrogen plant. 

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