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H2 Green Steel receives full environmental permit for Swedish plant

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Global Hydrogen Review,


The Swedish Land and Environment Court in Umeå, Sweden, has communicated its decision to grant H2 Green Steel a full environmental permit for its plant in Boden, Sweden. The permissibility permit was received on 1 July 2022, enabling the start of construction. With a full permit, the company also has permission to start operations at the plant.

Through constructive cooperation between authorities, local communities and other reviewing stakeholders, the environmental permit for H2 Green Steel’s ultra-modern plant for the production of green steel, green iron and green hydrogen in Boden in northern Sweden is now complete.

"This is an enormously important day for us at H2 Green Steel. Most parts of the company have been involved in enabling this fast and smooth process. I am immensely proud of the team spirit and competence that have characterized this work,” says Henrik Henriksson, CEO of H2 Green Steel.

The company is building an ultra-modern manufacturing plant just outside Boden. The permit covers a yearly production of 5 million t of green steel. The operation is not only large in size – covering about 270 ha. – but it is also complex and is classified as class A operations in the environmental code. The entire process, from submitting the application to full permit, has taken less than 18 months.

“This is also a big day for Sweden where we at the company, together with all the other parties involved, have shown that it truly is possible to have a speedy process also in complex permit matters in Sweden ” says Henriksson.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/01062023/h2-green-steel-receives-full-environmental-permit-for-swedish-plant/

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