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Tata Steel Ltd, one of India’s steel manufacturing giants, has joined forces with ABB, a global technology leader, to co-create innovative models and technologies aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of steel production.
Tata Steel Ltd, an Indian steel maker, has initiated a trial for injecting hydrogen gas into its blast furnace to reduce carbon emissions.
Tata Steel Netherlands has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Ford in Europe to provide green steel to the automobile manufacturer Zeremis.
McDermott has joined an IPMT assembled by Tata Steel IJmuiden to direct the development and implementation of the Heracless hydrogen…
For Tata Steel, Van Dam Shipping will build a so-called Short-Sea Vessel with a loading capacity of about 5,000 tons.
Welspun Corp Limited (WCL), India’s largest welded pipe manufacturer, and Tata Steel Limited have partnered to develop a “framework” to…
The hydrogen concept was conceived by the FNV trade union, which is hoping for government help. As well as Tata herself. But neither Tata nor the FNV can say how much exactly.
“Now it is up to The Hague to take action.” “The cabinet, as far as I’m concerned, will begin before Christmas,” says FNV director Cihan Lacin. Greening plans in IJmuiden, he claims, cannot be implemented without government assistance. This includes things like securing subsidies and the appropriate permissions, as well as infrastructure building.
Tata Steel can manufacture green steel and decrease its massive greenhouse gas emissions by converting to green hydrogen. The business is now the Netherlands’ top CO2 polluter.