Haldor Topsoe has joined a project aiming to develop a groundbreaking hydrogen and sustainable fuel facility based on electrolysis in the Greater Copenhagen Area.
Expected to be executed by 2030 in three stages, the first stage, which could be operational by as early as 2023, will comprise a 10MW electrolysis plant producing renewable hydrogen for trucks and potentially buses.
By 2027, the stage two facility equipped with a 250MW electrolysis plant will combine the production of renewable hydrogen with capture of CO2 from combustion of municipal waste or biomass to produce renewable methanol for maritime vessels and renewable jet fuel for planes.
Stage three will upgrade the electrolysis plant’s capacity to 1.3GW and capture more CO2.
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