CIP and Aalborg Forsyning build PtX plant

A new Power-to-X facility in Aalborg, Denmark, will produce green methanol from CO2 captured from waste incineration.

Photo: PR Aalborg Forsyning

Aalborg Forsyning, Reno-Nord and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have joined forces to build a Power-to-X (PtX) plant set to commence in 2028 and to accommodate an electrolysis plant of between 300-400MW.

The coming plant will produce hydrogen from the electrolysis plant, following which CO2 from Reno-Nord will be used to convert it to green methanol that can be used as heavy transport fuel.

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