The Can Mata project is the first landfill gas injection project in Europe to be financed by a long-term PPA.
Once operational, the plant will process around 250 000 t of locally sourced wheat straw per year into 50 000 t of cellulosic ethanol.
thyssenkrupp has been awarded an engineering contract to install a water electrolysis plant, which will advance both green hydrogen and biofuel production in the country.
The companies have signed a co-operation agreement aimed at developing a biomethane market in Poland.
The Cacao biomass plant in French Guiana was designed and built by Voltalia, and the company will also provide maintenance services.
Haldor Topsoe’s H2bridge™ and HydroFlex™ technologies will be used to produce renewable bio-hydrogen in Grön Fuels LLC’s renewable diesel and jet fuel facility in Louisiana, US.
Enel and Maire Tecnimont S.p.A.’s subsidiary, NextChem, have signed a MoU to support the production of green hydrogen in the US.
The two partners have come to a financial close on the 49.9 MW energy-from-waste project, Slough Multifuel, which is located in Slough, Greater London, UK.
European Energy has signed an agreement to acquire co-ownership of Danish Power-to-X start-up, REintegrate, giving the company a say in the development of e-methanol plants in Denmark.
The companies have installed offshore solar and seaweed farms in the Dutch North Sea, creating multifunctional spaces with sustainable goals.
The company have sent its first shipment of renewable fuel to Japan, to support the country’s move towards a carbon-free economy.