A green business adventure is underway in North Jutland. As an important contribution to the realization of large-scale production of future green fuels such as e-methanol and hydrogen, Aalborg University now move a test facility from the university campus to the business area at the East Port. The plant is ready in August with the […]
Offshore wind and carbon reduction will play central roles in realising Danish and EU ambitions to achieve net zero, while strengthening the region’s energy security. Within close proximity to both the North and Baltic Seas, where both future wind power projects and carbon storage projects are planned, the Port of Aalborg is ideally situated as […]
In 2026, Denmark will have its first large-scale facility for handling captured carbon emissions. Port of Aalborg and Fidelis New Energy have unveiled plans for establishing a new reception facility with the capacity to receive four million tons of carbon dioxide per year. In 2027, Fidelis New Energy will supplement the large facility in Aalborg […]
The plans for production of aviation fuel made from renewable sources has started in Aalborg. It is expected to establish a demonstration plant in Aalborg by 2024 with the new project MeSAF.
On Monday, December 19, Blue World Technologies started series production of methanol fuel cells. Further, the day was marked with the official inauguration of the 8,500 m2 Blue Aalborg Factory.
Port of Aalborg recently hosted the kick-off meeting for a methanol demonstration project, CCU-HUB AALBORG, under the North Jutland business lighthouse, CO2Vision. At the meeting, the first steps towards the future business adventure in Aalborg were taken.
A declaration of intent between the parties will lead to the realization of a large Power-to-X plant at the Eastern Port in Aalborg. The plant is set to be ready for use as early as 2025 and will produce 75,000 metric tons of e-methanol per year.
Trust, early market dialogue, and ongoing project development are among the main ingredients in an innovative construction partnership for Port of Aalborg’s quay expansion in Aalborg East. Besides increasing the carrying capacity by over 50 percent, the partnership has so far reduced CO2 emissions by 30 percent with little extra costs.
Meet an innovative, sustainable business area focused on partnerships, symbioses and free resource flow – and not least, with an intermodal logistics setup that makes the area ideal for industrial purposes.
E-methanol process developer REintegrate has recently moved into Port of Aalborg’s business park. The company designs systems for the production of tomorrow’s green fuel for heavy transport and is now looking forward to joining the industrial cluster for Power-to-X solutions at the port of Aalborg.