We are building the world’s
Imagine if we could use solar and wind power as green fuel for the world’s shipping and agriculture. It sounds like a future scenario, but it is in fact already a reality with the new technology Power-to-X (PtX).
PtX makes use of the excess electricity from wind and solar power by transforming it to CO2-neutral ammonia, which can replace fossil fuel made from coal, oil, and gas.
In the little town Ramme, in west Jutland, Skovgaard Energy will construct the world’s first dynamic PtX plant, before an industrial scale escalation will take place in partnership with EUDP, Vestas and Haldor Topsøe. Our project stands out because it’s exclusively based on green sources of energy. Six wind turbines and a 50-megawatt solar park delivers the energy that is transformed into liquid green ammonia.
As soon as 2024, the power plant will be able to produce 5.000 tons of green ammonia per year, which will provide a yearly CO2-reduction of 8.200 tons. PtX is crucial to attain both the danish and european climate goals. The plan is to build more power plants, and thus the one in Ramme shall be the first of many. Consequently, we in Denmark will become the leaders in the field of PtX technology.
What is Green Ammonia?
Japanese giant and Skovgaard Energy to invest in the Port of Thyborøn
Sumitomo Corporation Europe Limited has signed a letter of intent with the private Danish renewable energy developer Skovgaard Energy for a potential collaboration on green ammonia production in the future.
Under construction MW PV
Under construction MW PTX
Installed MW wind
With Power-to-X it’ll be possible to store green energy and to utilize it at a later time, exactly as we know it from oil and gas.
Pat A Han