The vision for MissionGreenFuels is to contribute to the Danish, European and global climate goals, specifically a 70% reduction by 2030 and net zero by 2050, and to support Danish research, innovation, growth, jobs and export potential within green fuels.
MissionGreenFuels works on two main parallel tracks based on research that will ensure the implementation of new knowledge and new solutions in both the short and long term. One track focuses on commercial scaling up of already known technologies, realising large demonstration projects and building new value chains targeted at transport buyers in the relatively short term. The second track, also in the short term, is about research into new business models and forms of financing, behaviour and citizen involvement in the construction of power-to-X plants (PtX). These are plants that produce fuels and chemicals out of electrolysis of hydrogen.
This project aims to develop a roadmap for Green Fuels in Transport and Industry, provide a consolidated call for action through three periods leading to 2023/24, 2030 and 2030-2050 respectively, on the approach to green fuels in transport and industry in Denmark, building on multiple workshops and interviews involving a large number of the most significant Danish stakeholders across research organisations, innovation and knowledge sharing institutions, trade organisations and companies including technology and energy providers and future off-takers of green fuels.
|Project period||1 April 2022 - 31 December 2025|
|Total budget||DKK 17.8 million|
|Organization managing the project||Aalborg Universitet|
|SDU project manager||Zheng Grace Ma|
|Additional partners||- Teknologisk Institut
- Technical University of Denmark
- Alexandra Instituttet
- Haldor Topsøe A/S
- Green Hydrogen Systems A/S
- DynElectro ApS
- Hydrogen Valley
- Aabenraa Havn
- EMD International A/S
- Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
- European Energy A/S
- ENFOR A/S
- 2-control ApS
- Energicenter Nord ApS
- Skovgaard Energy ApS
- EWII Energi A/S