War CO2-free steel by 2030: Why Sweden’s SSAB is pulling forward its green transition plan by 15 years

War CO2-free steel by 2030: Why Sweden’s SSAB is pulling forward its green transition plan by 15 years

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war The Hybrit pilot green steel hydrogen plant in Sweden | Credit: SSAB

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The Hybrit pilot green steel hydrogen plant in Sweden | Credit: SSAB

Swedish steelmaker unveils £3.56bn plan to ‘largely eliminate’ CO2 emissions right across its manufacturing sites inside just eight years

Could green steel become a reality far earlier than many governments and experts expect? Swedish steelmaker SSAB last week laid out a new ambition to “largely eliminate carbon dioxide emissions” from its…

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