Twence to receive Aker carbon capture plant


Norway-based Aker Carbon Capture (Aker) will deliver its ‘Just Catch’ modular carbon capture plant to Dutch waste management company Twence.

With its new carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) project, Hengelo-based Twence – which converts 1m tonnes of waste-to-energy each year – plans to accelerate the Netherlands’ Paris Agreement efforts.

Commenting on the deal, Valborg Lundegaard, CEO, Aker, said, “After working closely with Twence since 2018, we are ready to implement our technology and execution skills to the benefit of the company and the residents of Hengelo.” 

Set to begin operations at the end of 2023, a €14.3m Dutch investment aid to Twence for the facility was found to be ‘in line with EU State aid rules’ by the European Commission in August. 

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