SKF joins Swedish initiative to accelerate hydrogen use for fossil-free bearing steel

Swedish-based manufacturing company SKF is aiming to support the transition to clean, fossil-free bearing steel as it joins an initiative to accelerate hydrogen use in industrial processes.

Revealed today (Oct 5), the group is exploring this aim through a collaboration with Luleå University of Technology’s CH2ESS initiative which aims to participate and fund research within hydrogen use in industrial processes and energy systems.

This will help accelerate the development of fossil-free bearing steel which can be then used in industrial processes.

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