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Stiesdal to build first large-scale pyrolysis plant this year

The COO of Stiesdal AS reveals that the company will add another pyrolysis facility before long, significantly boosting capacity.

Photo: Jacob Ehrbahn/Politiken

In the future Denmark's Stiesdal AS, which is behind a range of green energy technologies such as Power-to-X, energy storage, floating wind and pyrolysis, will take the lead in the transition towards an efficient and green agricultural sector, says Peder Nickelsen, chief operating officer at Stiesdal, during a speech at a conference called Plant Congress held virtually on Wednesday.

"Last summer, we started out with 200kW plant. Now we're about to commission a 2MW – meaning ten times bigger –  plant," he says in the video referring to the company's upcoming site at Green Lab in the Danish town of Skive.

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