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  • Circular economy steel production.
  • Direct reduced iron (DRI) plant
  • Electric smelting furnaces
  • Hatch CRISP+ furnace technology
  • Hydrogen-based steel production
  • Low-carbon emission steel production
  • Reducing electric furnace (REF) package
  • Tata Steel green steel project
  • Tata Steel Netherlands hydrogen route
  • Zero carbon emissions steel
  • Green Hydrogen Project of Tata Steel: Zero-Carbon Steel by 2045 with CRISP+

    Here’s an article posted in Hydrogen Central that talks about Tata Steel’s zero-carbon production.

    According to the article,

    • Tata Steel aims to produce steel with zero carbon emissions by 2045
    • Hatch will provide engineering for the reducing electric furnace (REF) package
    • The hydrogen route project will employ Hatch’s CRISP+ furnace technology
    • Tata Steel will convert its steelmaking facilities from coal-based to hydrogen-based
    • The project will cost in excess of 65 million euros

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