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Green Hydrogen in Steel Industry: HYDESS Project & Bay Hydrogen Hub’s Innovations

Here’s an article posted in Energy News that talks about HYDESS project’s approach to the steel industry.

According to the article,

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  • The Industrial Hydrogen Accelerator Programme is a £26 million initiative supporting innovation projects for industrial fuel switching to hydrogen.
  • Stream 2A of the programme provided up to £400,000 for feasibility studies, and the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded around £2.95 million in funding across 9 projects.

Interestingly, we have some other posts related to this content:

  1. Green Hydrogen in India’s Steel Industry – Jindal Stainless’s Projects: Jindal Stainless is pioneering the use of green hydrogen for sustainable steel production in India, with a pilot project in Hisar set to go live by December 2023.
  2. BHP’s Hydrogen Furnace to Replace Coking Coal in Steelmaking: BHP plans to develop an electric smelting furnace (ESF) that uses hydrogen to replace coking coal, marking a significant step towards “green steel”
  3. Hydrogen Blast Furnace for Steel Production – by Cleveland-Cliffs: Cleveland-Cliffs has taken a groundbreaking step by injecting hydrogen into a blast furnace, making it the first in the USA to produce “clean pig iron” for high-end steel without sacrificing quality.
  4. Hydrogen Injection For Green Steel Production – by Tata Steel: Tata Steel in India has initiated a trial with a hydrogen blast furnace, slashing CO2 emissions and paving the way for greener steel production.

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