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20 Nov

Decarbonisation demands nuclear; scrap, hydrogen supply lacking: conference

The requirements of decarbonisation may lead to the rebirth of nuclear power to fuel the low-emission steelmaking transition, while hydrogen will not be viable in the short term due to lacking infrastructure. So said participants at a decarbonisation conference last week held at Acciaierie d'Italia’s Taranto steelworks. In Europe, there are 60 steelmaking decarbonisation projects aiming for completion by 2030, with the potential to cut CO2 emissions by a…
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Natalia Capra  |  France
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