Norsk e-Fuel pioneers green jet fuel with new Norway plant


European industry consortium Norsk e-Fuel is working to accelerate the green energy transition by converting carbon dioxide (CO2) and water into e-fuels (synthetic fuels) at its first renewable fuel plant in Mosjøen, Norway.

The plant is to be built on a 24,000m2 plot in Mosjøen’s industrial area, following the signing of an agreement yesterday (28th February) between Vefsn municipality, Mosjøen og Omegn Næringsselskap KF (MON), and Norsk e-Fuel. 

In addition to powering its operations with 100% renewable electricity, the facility aims to include CO2 captured from the atmosphere using carbon capture specialist Climework’s DAC (direct air capture) technology. 

Following its capture, the gas is combined with water before being converted to e-fuels using electrolysers provided by Dresden, Germany-based Sunfire. 

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