'Cars of the future': Volvo to test fossil-free steel for its vehicles

Cecilia Keating
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Swedish automaker announces partnership with SSAB that will see it test steel made from hydrogen reduced iron from HYBRIT plant

Volvo has announced it is to test fossil fuel-free steel for its cars, after inking a deal with Swedish steel maker SSAB to purchase steel made from hydrogen-reduced iron at the pioneering HYBRIT plant...

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