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Norway to build new facility that uses electrolysers to create e-fuels for aircraft
Norway to build new facility that uses electrolysers to create e-fuels for aircraft

Norway to build new facility that uses electrolysers to create e-fuels for aircraft

Norway is set to gain a new renewable, synthetic fuels production facility in which electrolysers will turn hydrogen into clean fuel for the aviation market.

Unveiled today (Feb 28), Norsk e-Fuel will pioneer this plant and will use an innovative direct air capture technology to filter carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Read more: Norsk Hydro set to integrate hydrogen into Norwegian aluminium plants
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