ArcelorMittal to transition two German steelmaking plants to green hydrogen

ArcelorMittal will transition its steelmaking plants in Bremen and Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany to hydrogen in line with $1.5bn plans unveiled last week to integrate the zero emission fuel of the future into the northwest German coastline.

Several of North Germany’s largest industrial companies, including ArcelorMittal, have partnered in the Clean Hydrogen Coastline project, which aims to expand Germany’s hydrogen infrastructure.

Read more: $1.5bn plans unveiled to integrate hydrogen into the northwest German coastline

ArcelorMittal plans to build a large-scale industrial plant for the direct reduction of iron ore (DRI) and an electric arc furnace (EAF) in Bremen, as well as an innovative DRI pilot plant and EAF in Eisenhüttenstadt.

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