Europe's by-far biggest so-called Power-to-X facility could be a reality in Denmark five years from now, at which time it could be ready to supply carbon-free ship fuel.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners plans to construct a production facility that will from 2026 be able to produce 800-900,000 tons green ammonia annually through a 1 GW electrolyzer. The project is expected to cost around EUR 1 billion, which will be raised through the equity manager's upcoming Energy Transition Fund.
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