Turning metals green: Green steel through hydrogen as demonstrated at Salzgitter

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© Handover of the funding notification by Dr. Robert Habeck, Federal Minister of Economics and Climate Protection, and Lower Saxony's Minister President Stephan Weil (left) to Gunnar Groebler, CEO of Salzgitter AG (center) (Source: Salzgitter AG)

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© Blast furnace in Dortmund (Source: Pixabay)

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© If all steel companies switch to green production, hydrogen demand will grow rapidly by 2045 (Source: istock/audioundwerbung/1368645092)

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© Seven wind turbines provide renewable electricity in the immediate vicinity of the steel mill (Source: Salzgitter AG)

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© GrInHy2.0 project team in front of the Sunfire high-temperature electrolyzer in Salzgitter (Source: Salzgitter)

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© Contract signing by Hans-Joachim Polk (left), Member of the Executive Board for Infrastructure and Technology of VNG AG and of the Supervisory Board of ONTRAS Gastransporte GmbH, and Gunnar Groebler, Chairman of the Executive Board of Salzgitter AG (Source: Salzgitter)

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© At the Handelsblatt hydrogen summit, (from right) Gunnar Groebler (Salzgitter AG) and Stefan Dohler (EWE) signed a memorandum of understanding on hydrogen (Source: Salzgitter)

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© thyssenkrupp Steel has commissioned the SMS group to design and build the first hydrogen-fueled direct reduction plant and two meltdown units at the Duisburg site.

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© Construction of µDRAL in Salzgitter (Source: Salzgitter AG)