IKEA to use H2 Green Steel’s hydrogen-produced steel in 50% of global warehouse racking

Sweden’s Ingka Group, IKEA’s largest retailer, has signed an agreement with H2 Green Steel to see it use hydrogen-produced steel in 50% of IKEA warehouse racking globally.

The agreement is expected to come into effect from 2026, forming part of Ingka Group’s plans to reduce its carbon footprint, while IKEA aims to become climate positive by 2030.

Ingka Group has told H2 View, its aim is to purchase a minimum of 12,000 tonnes of green steel from the company per year.

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