Created for the developer/investor audience, these case studies discuss qualitative influences and provide quantitative data to examine investment success, challenges and lessons learned.
WoodWorks US – click here for more.
Steel is traditionally manufactured using coke, a high-carbon, coal-based fuel. Green steel production uses hydrogen to turn iron pellets into sponge iron, which can be processed to form steel at lower temperatures, cutting energy costs. But producing enough hydrogen to meet global demand for steel, and especially doing so in an environmentally friendly way, remains a challenge. Green hydrogen production costs are currently higher than traditional fossil fuel methods. Some steel manufacturers are piloting green steel production facilities, however, with seven projects in the works in Germany alone.
Click here to check out the infographic.