3. Decarbonisation through utilisation – the case of Green Fuels Denmark
Other than showcasing clear examples of efficient carbon capture and storage solutions, the case of Green Fuels for Denmark exemplifies how Denmark has developed convincing solutions within carbon utilisation. With Green Fuels for Denmark, the aim is to contribute to decarbonising the transport industry, including everything from road, and maritime, to air transport. This is done by producing green fuels through the combination of captured CO₂ and green hydrogen.
By 2027, Green Fuels for Denmark will produce green fuels enough to supply the whole domestic fuel demand for aviation in Denmark. By 2030, when fully developed, Green Fuels for Denmark aims to produce 275,000 tonnes of renewable fuels per year.
Read more: Green Fuels for Denmark receives IPCEI status
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