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

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.

The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) has revealed that DKK 124m (EUR 16.7m) of DKK 194m in total subsidies will go to Stiesdal.

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