H2AL: Full-scale Demonstration of Replicable Technologies for Hydrogen Combustion in Hard to Abate Industries: The Aluminium use-case

Launched in January 2024 and expected to run until the end of 2026, the H2AL consortium aims to address the challenges of adopting hydrogen in hard-to-abate industries through a hybrid approach using digital tools and state-of-the-art experimental techniques. The consortium will develop an integrated H2 burner and support system for a heating furnace in an HTAI, specifically the aluminium scrap recycling industry. The project will investigate the impact of H2 combustion on the furnace structure and product quality while minimising emissions. European Aluminium is one of the 9 partners.

EU Grant Agreement n. 101137610


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