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‘Green’ steelmaking Seamlessly following the successful completion of the GrInHy project (Green Industrial Hydrogen via reversible high-temperature electrolysis) in February, the GrInHy2.0 project was launched last month at the Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH steelworks (Germany; www.salzgitter-flachstahl.de). Together with partners Sunfire GmbH (Dresden, Germany; www.sunfire.de), Paul Wurth S.A., Tenova S.p.A., French research center CEA and Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung GmbH, the world’s most powerful high-temperature electrolyzer (HTE) is being constructed for the energy-efficient production of H2. The GrInHy2.0 project has an overall budget of € 5.5 million. GrInHy2.0 marks the first implementation of an HTE with a power rating of 720 kW in an industrial environment. By the end of 2022 it is expected to have been in operation for at least 13,000 h, producing a total of around 100 metric tons of high-purity (99.98 %) H2, which will be used for annealing processes in the integrated steelworks as a replacement for H2 produced from natural gas. H2 as a reducing agent is also a central element in SALCOS (Salzgitter Low-CO2 Steelmaking), the Salzgitter Group’s concept for reduced-CO2 steel production, is set to replace the…
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