Norway based Celsa Armeringsstål AS has received support from Enova to build a new rolling furnace at the production facilities in Mo i Rana. Enova CEO Mr Nils Kristian Nakstad said “Renewable hydrogen has a significant potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in industry as well as in the transport sector. This is a project that can take Celsa closer to the goal of zero emissions in 2050 and that can contribute to the necessary technology development.”Celsa's new rolling furnace will be able to use up to 100% hydrogen. The project consists of a new furnace, new burners and a new control system. Belonging to CELSA Group, CELSA Nordic is the leading Nordic steel company. Through its different companies, it provides the most sustainable and climate-efficient reinforcing steel available in the market. CELSA Armeringsstål is the reinforcing steel producer of the Group in the Nordic region and one of Norway’s largest recycling companies. Thanks to the use of hydro power as basic energy resource, CELSA Armeringsstål has acquired a high environmental profile.Enova supports tomorrow's energy and climate technology, so that Norway can achieve the climate goals for 2050. Norwegian industry currently accounts for 23 percent of Norway's greenhouse gas emissions. The support for Celsa is part of a major investment in renewable hydrogen from Enova. The goal is to contribute to a coherent value chain for renewable hydrogen from production to the end user. In the last six months, Enova has supported hydrogen projects in industry and the maritime sector with more than NOK 2.2 billion.