Great interest in our hydrogen-based technology in the world’s leading hydrogen economy
In the past few days, GreenIron’s CEO, Edward Murray presented the company’s hydrogen-based technology for the reduction of iron, steel and non-ferrous metals at the “H2Symposium 2022”, in front of a group of hydrogen-interested industrialists, researchers and politicians, led by Norway’s Minister of Energy, Jan Christian Vestre. All participants had a clear target of a non-carbon-based circular economy.
The conference was held in Europe’s once largest power plant, in the scenic mill town of Tyssedal, at the foot of Hardangervidda. It seems quite obvious that Norway is well on its way to occupying the top position as the world’s leading green hydrogen economy, which was clearly reflected in the audience’s great interest in our 100 percent carbon dioxide-free process.
Some of Norway’s largest industrial companies are working hard to replace fossil raw materials with green hydrogen and the number of significant hydrogen projects is now approaching 50. One of several pioneering technologies that was presented is the energy company TechnipFMC behind. The project is about hydrogen storage at the bottom of the sea with the appropriate name Deep Purple.