The Next Gate - Pioneering demonstration in Hamburg
New Power-to-Liquid plant at H&R's Hamburg site produces alternatives to fossil raw materials
• Power-to-Liquid demonstration plant goes into operation • Inauguration of the "futurefuels.experience" information center • Market development of climate-friendly eFuels and chemical-pharmaceutical specialties begins
Sustainability, resource conservation and the efficient use of raw materials are among the most important topics of today. On Wednesday, September 14, 2022, H&R inaugurated the new Power-to-Liquid (PtL) demonstration plant at the production site of Ölwerke Schindler GmbH. The process facilities will be used to produce synthesis-based alternatives to fossil raw materials. The demonstration project is one of the world's first PtL concepts on a technical scale, supplying so-called eFuels as well as synthetic raw waxes, which will be marketed via the P2X-Europe joint venture of the two partner companies Mabanaft and H&R.
Salzbergen, September 15, 2022. The Power-to-Liquid synthesis technology, developed by Karlsruhe-based technology company INERATEC, will in future produce around 200 tons of eFuels for road as well as rail transport and around 150 tons of waxes for use in the cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and food industries.
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