Green technologies to reduce CO2 emissions

Source: IEA/IRENA Renewables Policies Database
Last updated: 16 July 2021

The Green Technologies to reduce CO2 emissions plan aims to develop technologies to reduce emissions. Denmark plans further investment in green technologies to meet the 70% emissions reductions targets with a budget of 400 million DKK (capture and storage of CO2) as well as a partnership on a large-scale PtX (hydrogen production) plant that would convert green electricity from wind to green hydrogen, which can be further processed into fuels for planes and cars. PtX would make it possible to store green power and to reduce prices for green fuels and hydrogen. The policies above is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 0.3 million tonnes by 2030, particularly with the usage of CCUS technologies.







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