Hybrit project moves forward


Construction is set to begin on a “world-unique test facility” which is a key component of what will be the world’s first fossil-free hydrogen-powered steel plant.

Part of the Hybrit project, the facility will replace fossil fuels with biofuel to achieve fossil-free production of iron ore pellets.

Hybrit, a joint initiative between Swedish power company Vattenfall, Swedish-Finnish firm SSAB and Swedish mining corporation LKAB, aims to develop the world’s first process for fossil-free steelmaking, in which carbon dioxide emissions are virtually eliminated, by 2035.

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