Snam, Tenova to decarbonise the metals industry with hydrogen

Snam and Tenova want to decarbonise the metals sector with green hydrogen.

With the inking of a new agreement today (Jan 13), the duo said they will work together to implement specific infrastructure and metals production system, which utilise green hydrogen, in industrial plants.

The duo’s work is expected to last three years, in which time they hope to substantially find ways to reduce carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide emissions in the metals production process.

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