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BMW to source hydrogen-produced steel from H2 Green Steel
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BMW to source hydrogen-produced steel from H2 Green Steel

With the potential that hydrogen-produced steel has in decarbonising the supply chain for car manufacturing, BMW Group has revealed that it will source green, hydrogen-produced steel from Swedish start-up H2 Green Steel.

With the steel production facility set to be constructed in the province of Norrbotten, Northern Sweden and close to the Arctic Circle, H2 Green Steel employs hydrogen produced using green power to remove oxygen from the iron oxide.

The direct reduction of the iron ore produces almost no carbon with water the emission and will be used in BMW’s manufacturing operations from 2025.

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