LIQAL and MAKEEN Cryo combine forces to promote a cleaner source of energy

Construction of the NORDLIQ plant, which is the first of its kind in Denmark, has begun at the Port of Frederikshavn. When summer comes around, passenger and freight ships can bunker at the port with liquid, carbon-neutral biogas. Heavy road traffic can also make use of this green fuel. The plant is a joint project by MAKEEN Energy and Nature Energy.

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