Greenland ice cap, European CO2 could combine into future fuel

A new study by consulting engineering group Rambøll indicates that it might be good business to ship captured CO2 to Greenland.

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Greenland could play a major role as Power-to-X (PtX) producer in the future, at least according to Danish consulting engineering company Rambøll. A study just released indicates that there might be a sound economy to using Greenland's untapped hydroelectric power potential and carbon dioxide from Europe to produce green methanol.

Rambøll has examined the possibilities of using power from new hydro power plants in Greenland and CO2 captured from European incineration plants, among other things, to produce methanol and other fuels.

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