Danish liquid e-fuel study receives £670k grant


A study to explore the future production of liquid e-fuels in Denmark has received a grant worth DKK 5.8m (£670k).

Awarded to project partners Everfuel A/S (Everfuel), Crossbridge Energy A/S) Crossbridge through a collaboration with Aalborg University, the funding will go towards financing the pre-feasibility study for development of a test production plant in Fredericia, Denmark. 

Designed to demonstrate e-fuel production and help showcase electrolyser technologies, the plant’s testing phase aims to study the applications of HySynergy liquid e-fuels as a clean fuel for mobility, the potential as an aviation jet fuel and for marine applications. 

Part of the test will see Everfuel supplying green hydrogen to be converted into methanol in a reactor with CO2 supplied by Crossbridge. 

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