BHP, Fortescue, Anglo American and Hatch have launched a green hydrogen consortium to tackle the mining industry’s carbon dioxide emissions.
They plan to search for additional ways of increasing the adoption and application of hydrogen within the mining sector with the aim of decarbonising its operations.
In a joint announcement, the companies said: "the new consortium’s main goal is to help eliminate the obstacles to the adoption of green hydrogen technologies and encourage innovative applications.
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