Thyssenkrupp Steel partners with STEAG to integrate hydrogen into ‘Europe’s largest’ steelmaking site

The steel industry has received a boost today (March 21) with thyssenkrupp Steel and STEAG partnering to integrate hydrogen into “Europe’s largest” steelmaking site.

The project, based in Duisberg, Germany, will integrate a water electrolysis plant of up to 520MW in order to generate green hydrogen that will be used in green steel manufacturing.

Hydrogen will be used to replace coke and coal in an electric furnace providing a means to decarbonise the steelmaking sector in Europe sand present an opportunity for further projects across the continent.

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