Scaling Hydrogen Based
Steelmaking Solutions

Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre, in partnership with Canada Cleantech Alliance, is hosting a challenge with Voestalpine, a leading European technology company focussed on high quality steel and metals manufacturing.

Voestalpine’s current steelmaking technology is coal based and resulted in 12.7 million tonnes of direct GHG emissions in 2018. The company’s goals are to achieve CO2 emission reductions of 30% by 2030 and >80% by 2050.

To do this, Voestalpine is now seeking innovative hydrogen based technologies for steelmaking. They are also looking for a huge amount of green electricity & hydrogen at competitive costs.

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The Challenge

Voestalpine’s current steelmaking technology is coal based and resulted in 12.7 million tonnes of direct GHG emissions in 2018. The company’s goals are to achieve CO2 emission reductions of 30% by 2030 and >80% by 2050.

To do this, Voestalpine is now seeking innovative hydrogen based technologies for steelmaking. They are also looking for a huge amount of green electricity & hydrogen at competitive costs.

Voestalpine’s current steelmaking technology is coal based and resulted in 12.7 million tonnes of direct GHG emissions in 2018. The company’s goals are to achieve CO2 emission reductions of 30% by 2030 and >80% by 2050.

Voestalpine’s current steelmaking technology is coal based and resulted in 12.7 million tonnes of direct GHG emissions in 2018. The company’s goals are to achieve CO2 emission reductions of 30% by 2030 and >80% by 2050.

To do this, Voestalpine is now seeking innovative hydrogen based technologies for steelmaking. They are also looking for a huge amount of green electricity & hydrogen at competitive costs.

To do this, Voestalpine is now seeking innovative hydrogen based technologies for steelmaking. They are also looking for a huge amount of green electricity & hydrogen at competitive costs.

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