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Fuel from wind and water: The Haru Oni project

Technology

Haru Oni is a joint project implemented by Siemens Energy consisting in developing the world’s first commercial plant for the production of fuels from wind and water.

The new plant harnesses the strong and steady winds in Chile’s southernmost region and aims to be a big step towards the decarbonisation of the transport sector.

How the Haru Oni project works:

  • Electrolysers use wind power to split water into its components, oxygen and hydrogen.
  • #CO2 is captured from the air and combined with green hydrogen to produce synthetic methanol.
  • The project aims to produce up to 550 Million litres of this e-fuel per year by 2026

Read more: https://www.siemens-energy.com/global/en/offerings/renewable-energy/hydrogen-solutions/haru-oni.html

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CO2 SMART USE LAUNCHES CCU ECOSYSTEM (V1)

CCU Ecosystem

Today, CO2 Smart Use launches the first version of its CCU Ecosystem. This is an overview of parties working on CCU from the perspectives of supply, demand and technology.

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INTERVIEW with Oskar Meijerink – SkyNRG

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We interviewed Oskar Meijerink from SkyNRG. We talked about their plans for the future, current projects like Synkero and their latest addition Zenid Fuels. Furthermore, we talked about how the market for Sustainable Aviation Fuels might develop.

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The CO2 Smart Use website aims to connect all parties involved in CCU in the Netherlands, whether they are national or international players. We are therefore looking for all businesses in the Netherlands who already work on CCU, what they do, and who they’d like to get into contact with. What do you have to offer for the Dutch context?

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Mark can tell you all about the CCU network and would love to help you connect with other parties in the CCU industry!

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