Tata Steel Netherlands announced that an independent Roland Berger study shows that Tata Steel’s ambition to make steel using hydrogen by 2030 is feasible. The study was conducted on behalf of FNV and Tata Steel to test whether the Green Steel plan of FNV and the employees is realistic. After the first step, which involves switching to gas, the step to hydrogen can be made. An important condition is that all local and national government parties must cooperate. The Roland Berger study shows that it is possible to transition to Direct Reduced Iron technology before 2030. This technology is used to produce iron from natural gas or hydrogen in combination with electric furnaces. The report shows that Tata Steel must start as soon as possible to get everything done. It is the government’s turn when it comes to speeding up the required licensing procedures, but also with regard to the design of the infrastructure for hydrogen. More attention must be paid to developing the legislation and regulations needed for the energy transition.Setting up a DRI installation means that the current process of iron melting using blast furnaces, in combination with coke gas plants, will cease. Once the new installations are in operation, several plants on the site may close, thereby further reducing other emissions.