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The use of green hydrogen in direct reduced iron-making is being widely touted, but the replacement of pulverised coal injection coal with hydrogen in blast furnaces looks like being an earlier decarbonising application, says the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). This is not however a route to full decarbonisation – the replacement of PCI coal with green hydrogen reduces blast furnace carbon emissions by only 20%, IEEFA poin…
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