The transition to low-emission steelmaking will not only be costly, but will also mean additional struggles with slow-moving authorities to get permissions and approvals, said speakers at the ecoMetals Day in Düsseldorf this week.
In a presentation attended by Kallanish, lawyer Michael Neupert addressed typical hurdles, for example, when it comes to plan pipelines for hydrogen. “In one of the federal states, they had all of one person in charge for the …
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