Large-scale partnership to produce green fuel two years ahead of schedule

Green Fuels for Denmark, counting members such as Ørsted, Maersk and DSV, moves parts of its plans for green fuel ahead, and the project now expects to produce 50,000 tonnes extra e-methanol for, among others, shipping in 2025.

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The large Power-to-X project Green Fuel for Denmark will produce more fuel for shipping, among other industries, sooner than expected.

The project, which is a partnership between Ørsted, SAS, Copenhagen Airport, Maersk, DFDS and DSV, moves ahead certain parts of its plans for production of green fuel. More specifically, the production of 100MW will be moved to 2025 instead of 2027.

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