European Energy to fetch CO2 for Danish methanol production from biogas

45,000 tonnes of CO2 for European Energy's sustainable fuel production will come from biogas facilities located in western Denmark.

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With an order for a 50MW electrolysis plant from Siemens, European Energy has obtained the tech for the Danish developer's first large-scale facility for e-methanol production.

More is needed to produce around 30,000 tonnes of renewable marine fuel a year – among other things, a fine location as well as large volume of renewable energy, CO2 and H20.

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