Vattenfall eyeing synthetic aviation fuel production in Sweden

The Swedish utility has signed a letter of intent with ST1 for development of a fossil-free value chain for production of synthetic electro-fuels.


Vattenfall will team up with energy group ST1 and launch feasibility studies with the aim of looking into developing a fossil-free value chain for production of electro-fuels from offshore wind.

Vattenfall will be in charge of developing infrastructure to supply offshore wind power-based hydrogen on the Swedish west coast, while ST1 will be responsible for producing 1 million cubic meters of electro-fuel, primarily intended for aviation.

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