Provision of eFuels with focus on eMethane / eLNG production – helping to decrease total global emissions immediately.
Today’s steadily increasing demand for fossil LNG and bioLNG is paving the way towards eLNG.
One way to predict the future is to built upon existing infrastructure
The provision of eFuels is following the idea of immediate hybrid solutions in the market, where electricity production from renewable sources needs to be stored.
We consider eFuels a future megatrend which also follows the IEA’s prediction until 2050 whereby the energy demand increases by 50% and almost 30% of the future energy demand can be supplied as eFuel.
eFuels with focus on eLNG follow the philosophy of predictable investment: built on existing infrastructure.
eFuels with focus on eLNG is the predictable fuel to ensure proper fuel economy as function of fuel weight and running distance.
eFuels - a future megatrend
Denmark has pledged to build up to 6 gigawatts (GW) of electrolysis capacity to convert renewable power into green hydrogen as it looks to wean itself off fossil fuels and boost its energy security.
Spain wants to become Europe's leader in green energy and believes that green hydrogen is the new oil. Spain already has 15 GW of capacity earmarked for the production of green hydrogen.