Is hydrogen the next step for steelmaking?

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Finding a clean way to make virgin steel will be essential for the UK to meet its 2050 net zero emissions goal, says Make UK's Frank Aaskov

When the government amended the Climate Change Act 2008 to introduce a Net-Zero target for greenhouse gas emissions in the UK by 2050, it also increased its ambitions for energy intensive industries (EIIs)...

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