Ørsted: Our project is a substantial contributor to Danish climate targets

Norwegian Aker Carbon Capture is to supply the technology for carbon capture, which is then to be stored in Northern Lights in Norway. Ørsted has struck a deal with Microsoft about carbon removal.
Photo: Pr Ørsted
Photo: Pr Ørsted
by viktor brandt kærgaard, translated by simon øst vejbæk & Christian Radich Hoffmann

Ørsted has been awarded a 20-year contract in the first CCUS tender sending DKK 8.2bn (EUR 1.1bn) in subsidy flows to the company. In June this year, construction will commence of carbon capture facilities at Asnæs power station and Avedøre power station.

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