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Topsoe, Skovgaard Energy, and Vestas has said the Power-to-X plant in Lemvig, Denmark will demonstrate how renewable power can be coupled with the ammonia plant, making it a cost-effective way of producing green ammonia.

Having received DKK 81m ($10.8m) in funding from the Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP), the plant is expected to produce more than 5,000 tonnes of green ammonia annually, while preventing 8,200 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.


The so-called dynamic plant will integrate wind, solar, and electrolysis with an ammonia synthesis loop, to secure the production process from power fluctuations. Additionally, the partners have said, the renewable energy generation will be connected directly to the national grid so any surplus energy can be sold.

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