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Another nail in coal's coffin? German steel furnace runs on renewable hydrogen in world first


World News Nov 24, 2019 by Michael Mazengarb


German manufacturing giant Thyssenkrupp has completed a successful, first-of-its-kind demonstration of running a steel furnace completely on hydrogen, a development that is likely to further dent the future prospects for the global coal industry.



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Another nail in coal's coffin? German steel furnace runs on renewable hydrogen in world first

German manufacturing giant Thyssenkrupp has completed a successful, first-of-its-kind demonstration of running a steel furnace completely on hydrogen, a development that is likely to further dent the future prospects for the global coal industry.








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