Grön Fuels has selected Haldor Topsoe’s HydroFlex™ renewable fuels and H2bridge™ bio-hydrogen technologies, with a bio-CCS option, for a multi-billion low carbon intensity complex in Louisiana.
The Houston-based portfolio company of asset management firm Fidelis Infrastructure today (14th Dec) announced the technology selection which will allow it to produce renewable bio-hydrogen equivalent to the production of a 1,000 MW hydrolyser plant at a fraction of the cost.
Grön Fuels worked collaboratively with Haldor Topsoe to design the facility that will be able to manufacture renewable arctic diesel with an additive-free -40 degrees cloud point.
“We have integrated the world’s leading renewable fuels technology by Haldor Topsoe with a design and long-term vision for production of net negative CO2 renewable diesel that will also create significant new and long-term green industrial jobs in Louisiana,” said Dan Shapiro, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Fidelis Infrastructure, LP.
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