Norwegian Plants’ Goal: Sustainable Fuels From Renewable Electricity

Sunfire’s co-electrolysis process produces syngas from water and captured CO2 in a single step.
Credit: Sunfire
A European consortium plans to build power-to-liquid (PtL) plants in Norway to produce sustainable fuels using renewable electricity and captured CO2. The first facility is planned to become operational in 2023. A Danish consortium already has announced plans to produce PtL fuels from renewable...

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