Stiesdal scoops more than half of coveted pyrolysis pool

A grant of EUR 16.7m from the Danish Energy Agency is headed to a consortium led by cleantech company Stiesdal, which plans to bring a full-scale pyrolysis facility into operation next year.
Photo: PR/Stiesdal Fuel Technologies
Photo: PR/Stiesdal Fuel Technologies

Cleantech company Stiesdal has secured the largest chunk of money form a long-awaited subsidy scheme intended for players within green agricultural technology and adopted last year during the government’s annual budget talks.

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