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CO2-Reduced Steel: Thyssenkrupp Steel and Mercedes-Benz Partner

Here’s an article posted in Green Car Congress

According to the article,

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  • Thyssenkrupp Steel and Mercedes-Benz have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their existing cooperation to include CO2-reduced steel.
  • Mercedes-Benz plans to receive CO2-reduced products from thyssenkrupp Steel for integrating into its own fleet of new passenger cars from the second half of 2026 onward.
  • The new direct reduction plant (DR-plant) at thyssenkrupp’s Duisburg site will be operational by this date.

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