Inexperienced Fuels for Denmark crew to carry foward elements of PtX mission

February 7 (Renewables Now) – The companions behind Inexperienced Fuels for Denmark, a Energy-to-X (PtX) mission in Copenhagen, will velocity up a part of the mission’s second part to supply inexperienced fuels for heavy transport, primarily e-methanol for delivery, Danish clear vitality group Ørsted A/S (CPH:ORSTED) mentioned on Friday.

A 100-MW portion of the mission’s second part electrolysis capability of 250 MW will likely be introduced ahead to 2025 from 2027.

Inexperienced Fuels for Denmark’ authentic timetable referred to as for the institution of an electrolysis plant with a capability of 10 MW in 2023, 250 MW in 2027 and 1,300 MW by 2030. The mission is led by Ørsted, Scandinavian Airways (SAS), Copenhagen Airports, AP Moller – Maersk, DFDS and DSV.

The companions will now additionally look into the potential for accelerating elements of the mission’s anticipated manufacturing of inexperienced aviation fuels to 2025.

“The Danish Prime Minister’s current announcement of the ambition to speed up the inexperienced transformation of aviation has immediately made us within the partnership search for a option to allow the manufacturing of inexperienced jet gasoline as early as 2025,” mentioned Ørsted’s head Mads Nipper.

The Danish authorities has pledged to make all flights throughout the nation fossil gasoline free by the tip of the last decade, with the primary home flights run on inexperienced gasoline to be made in 2025 on the newest.

The partnership will look at the technological routes to supply aviation fuels from hydrogen and sustainable carbon dioxide. It mentioned {that a} regulatory framework is required to make inexperienced jet gasoline a aggressive various to fossil fuels.


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