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The green revolution sweeping Sweden

A boom of renewable-powered industries has found a home in northern Sweden, fueling the country’s ambitions of a fossil-free economy. If all goes to plan, in July start-up H2 Green Steel (H2GS) will start building the world’s first “fossil-free” steelworks in a Swedish town just below the Arctic Circle. It’s a multibillion-dollar project that would make a multimillion-ton impact on the climate, cutting over 90 percent of a regular steel factory’s carbon dioxide emissions. Read more at: The Washington Post

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