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e-on-explores-green-hydrogen-in-steelmaking-with-uk-government-funding
© E.ON

E.ON explores green hydrogen in steelmaking with UK Government funding

E.ON and partners have announced they have received £400,000 ($467,200) from the UK Government to explore the feasibility of using green hydrogen as a fuel for steelmakers in South Yorkshire, UK.

With a consortium of industry partners, academics, and local authorities, the initial feasibility study funded by the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), will be based at E.ON’s Blackburn Meadows renewable energy park, Sheffield.

Set to run until February 2023, the study will explore the supply chain needed to help industrial customers switch away from natural gas as a fuel, with a focus on hydrogen production, distribution, and industrial use.

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