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Oct 24, 2021

Carbon Free Steel becomes a reality at Volvo and Mercedes Benz

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Steelmaking is currently extremely carbon intensive, accounting for about 7% of total global greenhouse gas emissions. As we continue to use ever more steel for new infrastructure around the world, the task of decarbonising the industry is growing ever more urgent. Hydrogen can now perform that task and Volvo has just taken delivery of the first consignment of carbon-free steel. So how is it done, and will it be a gamechanger for the auto industry and wider world?

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