Danish companies combine CSS and hydrogen production in new plant

Pureteq and Estech have developed a plant that combines CO2 capture and hydrogen production. It preserves energy and makes it financially viable for smaller companies to capture their CO2 emissions.

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Two Danish companies have developed a new venture for carbon capture and storage (CCS).

Industrial equipment supplier Pureteq and engineering company Estech have established a plant at VandCenter Syd, Denmark, a pilot project that has been capturing CO2 since Jan. 2021.

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