Eon to help Horisont Energi evolve into a leading CCS player

With Eon’s 25-percent stake in Norwegian Horisont Energi, the two companies plan to combine key competencies in areas that big emitters consider to be vital support towards zero emissions.

Bjørgulf Haukelidsæter Eidesen, CEO of Horisont Energi. | Photo: Horisont Energi / PR

If the name Horisont Energi doesn’t ring any bells just yet, it most likely will in the future. The Norwegian company, which specializes in tomorrow’s technologies and focuses on blue hydrogen and ammonia as well as carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), has welcomed strong reinforcements joining its circle of owners.

German utility Eon has taken an interest in the Norwegian company and bought a 25-percent stake. The plan is for the duo to reap the fruits of their respective competencies and develop a comprehensive solution for decarbonization.

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