Liquid Wind: Alfa Laval joins Power-to-Fuel project

Alfa Laval has today (6th April) announced it has become a partner in the Swedish company Liquid Wind which is currently leading a consortium to produce liquid, carbon neutral fuel, eMethanol, from captured carbon dioxide and green hydrogen.

Liquid Wind  aims to catalyse the transition to a circular carbon economy by providing renewable liquid energy solutions to replace polluting fuels and enable their partners to meet their sustainability goals.

The Power-to-Fuel project sees Liquid Wind, Axpo, COWI, Carbon Clean Solutions, Haldor Topsoe, Nel Hydrogen and Siemens combine their expertise and technology to establish a commercial-scale eMethanol facility in Sweden.

Alfa Laval will be part of the board and contribute to the design of eMethanol facilities where heat exchangers will be installed as key components in the main system, as well as in the process steps of green hydrogen, carbon capture and methanol synthetisation.

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