Maersk invests in Dutch company focused in green fuel

Maersk's venture arm invests in Vertoro, a producer of green fuel, which must pave the way for further development and commercialization of the Dutch company's technology.

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Maersk Growth, an investment company under A.P. Møller-Maersk, invests in Vertoro, a producer of green fuel, informs the company on Wednesday.

The investment in Vertoro, founded in 2017, must further develop and commercialize the Dutch company's patented technology, among other things in the form of a demo facility to be built and put into operation in 2022.

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