Brazilian leads steel production project with ‘zero emission’ of CO₂

In the news Published: May 6, 2021

Startup chamou atenção de Bill Gates e foi elogiada por secretário dos EUA; processo substitui altos-fornos por eletricidade na indústria siderúrgica Funcionários da Boston Metal produzem lingote de aço na sede da empresa, em Massachusetts, nos EUA Foto: Divulgação 

 É altamente improvável que alguém reinvente a roda. Mas isso não impediu que trens que se deslocam levitando sobre trilhos já sejam uma realidade. De forma análoga, há mais de 3.000 anos a Humanidade descobriu como utilizar o fogo para converter em metal substâncias que compõem a rocha – um processo que parecia imutável em termos de desenvolvimento técnico. Parecia.

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Boston Metal is commercializing Molten Oxide Electrolysis (MOE), a tonnage metals technology platform powered by electricity, to decarbonize steelmaking and transform how metals are made. MOE provides the metals industry with a scalable, cost-competitive and green solution for the production of steel and high-value metals from a variety of feedstocks and iron ore grades. Backed by visionary investors and led by a world-class team, Boston Metal is headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts and has a wholly owned subsidiary in Brazil.

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