Vattenfall, St1 to associate on large-scale SAF manufacturing in Sweden

July 1 (Renewables Now) – Swedish utility Vattenfall AB and Finnish vitality firm St1 Oy are planning to provide artificial electro gas from offshore wind-based hydrogen on Sweden’s west coast, concentrating on a million cubic metres of manufacturing which will probably be provided primarily to the aviation business.

The 2 corporations have signed a letter of intent for the partnership which is able to begin with a feasibility research to evaluate the event of a fossil-free worth chain for the manufacturing of electro fuels, Vattenfall stated on Thursday.

As a part of the partnership, Vattenfall will search to construct provide infrastructure on Sweden’s west coast for hydrogen produced from offshore wind. On its half, St1 plans to provide a million cubic metres of electro fuels, ranging from 2029.

The fossil-free fuels are meant primarity for the aviation business. Vattenfall famous that such a quantity of gas could be sufficient to fulfill the annual aviation gas demand of Sweden’s largest airport Arlanda.

The Swedish utility sees large potential for decarbonisation on the nation’s west coast for industries comparable to refinery, petrochemicals, metal and fertilisers. Just some days in the past, Vattenfall and gas firm Preem AB unveiled a plan to analyze the potential for decarbonising the refining business within the area utilizing offshore wind-based inexperienced hydrogen.

“For Vattenfall, the electrification of society and business is on the core of our enterprise technique. The event and optimisation of worth chains primarily based on offshore wind and fossil-free hydrogen is an attention-grabbing manner ahead. Our robust and rising Swedish offshore wind improvement portfolio of at the moment greater than 20 TWh provides ample alternatives”, stated Vattenfall’s chief government Anna Borg.

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