HYRON AFRICA PROJECTS USE SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRIAL INGREDIENTS
Hyron Africa Project
THE STEEL PLANT WILL BE BASED IN NAMIBIA
Sustainable industrial ingredients made for the world, from the African soil, sun, wind, and by her people.
WHY HYRON MAKES SENSE
A project of this scale contributing to the revitalisation of public infrastructure (rail) and establishment of the foundations for heavy industry will have an inordinately positive economic impact on a country with as much human potential, stability, skill and willingness as the Namibian population. We see this as a steppingstone to realising industrialisation long aimed for.
The economics are realistic and feasible with a strong in-country mineral project foundation.
A strong and entrepreneurial in-country team which has a track record of delivery and relevant relationships with SOE’s, logistics operators & government agencies.
GREEN STEEL PROJECT CONCEPT
The aim is to use Namibian Iron Ore Concentrates supplied by Lodestone Namibia; however, the Steel Plant being based in either Walvis Bay or Lüderitz will mean that regional Iron Ores can be secured to further scale up the refining facility.
A guaranteed volume offtake must will be secured as part of the financing round for Hyron. The demand for green steel and its precursors far outweighs the current supply.
The Reduction and Steel Plant feasibility study will ensure that local production of green hydrogen is accounted for in significant volumes. There are two routes Hyron could take at this stage as far as reduction of iron ore is concerned, a shaft furnace fed by briquetted fines, or a fluidised bed technology fed by fines only., these will be assessed during the prefeasibility study.