- Apr 11, 2021 4:57 pm GMT
Wacker and Linde Project for generating green hydrogen and renewable methanol reaches next selection stage
The synthesis plant’s expected capacity is 15,000 metric tons per year. Hydrogen and methanol are both key starting materials for chemical products such as silicones. Compared with current production methods, the new processes could cut CO2 emissions by around 80 percent.
In total, some €100 million is planned for the project, which is named RHYME (renewable hydrogen and methanol) Bavaria. WACKER has submitted funding applications for RHYME Bavaria to both the European Union and Germany’s Ministry for the Environment.
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