World’s largest high-temperature facility commences trial operation in Salzgitter

As part of the GrInHy2.0 research project, funded by FCH, Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH has installed the world’s largest high-temperature electrolyzer. Generating a nominal output of 720 kWel, the facility is capable of producing 200 Nm³ of hydrogen an hour. SZFG plans to use this hydrogen for its annealing processes as a replacement for hydrogen produced from natural gas. At a later stage, the direct reduced iron (DRI) plant is also to be supplied. As part of our SALCOS (Salzgitter Low CO2Steelmaking) technology concept, this plant will become operational in the first half of 2022.

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