Japanese steel producers Nippon Steel, JFE Steel and Kobe Steel and The Japan Research and Development Center for Metals (JRCM), as well as Japan's New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) have formed a consortium to advance hydrogen utilisation in steelmaking.
The so-called Green Innovation (GI) Fund Project will focus on the development of hydrogen reduction technology using blast furnaces and the development of direct hydro…
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