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Green business talks

WESTERN Australian iron ore miner Fortescue Metals Group will use premium highly corrosion-resistant steel made by South Korean manufacturer POSCO in its solar energy plants to produce green hydrogen, as part of a partnership to jointly develop FMG’s green hydrogen business.

 POSCO's steel works in Pohang

POSCO's steel works in Pohang

Following on from the announcement last month of a business model to only import products from green hydrogen-producing countries, POSCO chairman Choi Jeong-woo met up with FMG founder and chairman Andrew...

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