Green Fuels for Denmark Phase 2

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The Green Fuels for Denmark (GFDK) project brings together leading Danish companies representing the demand and supply side of sustainable e-fuels behind a vision to establish an ambitious sustainable fuels production facility. The project aims to establish a 1.3 GW electrolyser in 2030 powered by 2-3 GW offshore wind from the Bornholm energy island, which holds the potential to replace >270.000 tpa. of fossil fuel consumption in 2030, equivalent to a 1.77% reduction in Danish CO2 emissions. Phase 2 involves establishing commercial operation at a 250 MW scale to produce e-methanol and e-kerosene. The partnership has decided to bring forward 100 MW of the originally planned second phase’s 250 MW electrolysis from 2027 to 2025.

Green Fuels for Denmark Phase 3

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The Green Fuels for Denmark (GFDK) project brings together leading Danish companies representing the demand and supply side of sustainable e-fuels behind a vision to establish an ambitious sustainable fuels production facility. The project aims to establish a 1.3 GW electrolyser in 2030 powered by 2-3 GW offshore wind from the Bornholm energy island, which holds the potential to replace >270.000 tpa. of fossil fuel consumption in 2030, equivalent to a 1.77% reduction in Danish CO2 emissions. Phase 3 involves scale-up of electrolysis capacity to 1.3 GW from the 250 MW of phase 2.

Preem Lysekil Refinery

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Vattenfall and Swedish fuel company Preem are collaborating on a project aimed at producing green hydrogen for biofuel production at the Lysekil Refinery. The companies have conducted a study to investigate the possibility of meeting Preem’s hydrogen needs by water electrolysis, including consideration to the future electrical supply. A capacity of 50 MW is being investigated currently with potential to scale up to 200-500 MW.

BH2C Bilbao Refinery

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The Basque Hydrogen Corridor is a consortium formed of 8 organisations, 12 knowledge centers and 58 companies, totalling 78 entities. BH2C Bilbao Refinery is the consortium’s third project and aims to construct a 100 MW electrolysis plant at Petronor’s Bilbao refinery for operation in 2025. The hydrogen produced will help Petronor to decarbonise it’s refining process and may also be used to decarbonise nearby steel processes of Celsa Nervacero and Arcelor.

Danube Refinery

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Hungarian oil and gas company MOL Group has teamed up with green H2 provider Plug Power to build one of Europe’s largest-capacity green hydrogen production facilities in Hungary. The facility will use a 10 MW electrolysis unit from Plug Power. MOL’s €22 million facility will be able to produce approximately 1,600 tonnes of green hydrogen per year. Therefore, it will be removing up to 25,000 tonnes of CO2 by displacing the currently used natural gas-based production process.

Schwechat Refinery

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OMV and Kommunalkredit have announced a joint investment in the construction of Austria’s largest electrolysis plant in the OMV Schwechat Refinery. Total investment will be around 25 million euros, with OMV and Kommunalkredit each bearing half the cost. The plant is expected to go live in the second half of 2023. From this point, the 10 MW PEM electrolysis plant will produce up to 1,500 metric tons of green hydrogen a year.

Uniper Massvlakte

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Uniper and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have entered into an agreement for developing the production of green hydrogen at the Uniper location on Maasvlakte. These plans build on the findings of a recent feasibility study and are in line with the new hydrogen infrastructure that has been planned and the growing demand for sustainable hydrogen from the Rotterdam petrochemical industry. This nine-month study is currently being contracted out and should yield in-depth findings for the conceptual design of the electrolysis installation (100MW initially and with a future capacity increase to 500MW), the project planning, and a realistic budget. A final investment decision is expected in 2022.

HySynergy 1

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Everfuel is leading the consortium in the HySynergy project which aims to establish large scale production of hydrogen. The first phase of the project will have 20 MW of electrolysis capacity and will provide hydrogen to support the decarbonisation of the Crossbridge Energy refinery and will also offer a competitive supply of green hydrogen as zero-emission fuel for mobility and industrial partners.

HySynergy 2

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Everfuel is leading the consortium in the HySynergy project which aims to establish large scale production of hydrogen. The second phase of the project will expand the capacity of the site to 300 MW. The hydrogen produced will be used to support the decarbonisation of the Crossbridge Energy refinery and will also offer a competitive supply of green hydrogen as zero-emission fuel for mobility and industrial partners.

HySynergy 3

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Everfuel is leading the consortium in the HySynergy project which aims to establish large scale production of hydrogen. The third phase of the project will expand the capacity of the site to 1 GW. The hydrogen produced will be used to support the decarbonisation of the Crossbridge Energy refinery and will also offer a competitive supply of green hydrogen as zero-emission fuel for mobility and industrial partners.

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