2021-09-21
http://w3.windfair.net/wind-energy/news/37673-basf-rwe-offshore-wind-farm-co2-emissions-hydrogen-green-chemical-plant-ludwigshaven-germany-cooperation

BASF and RWE cooperate for a greener future of chemicals

The CEOs of RWE and BASF, Dr. Markus Krebber and Dr. Martin Brudermüller (Image: BASF)The CEOs of RWE and BASF, Dr. Markus Krebber and Dr. Martin Brudermüller (Image: BASF)
An offshore wind farm with a capacity of 2 GW will provide the chemicals plant of BASF with green energy in 2030.

Official Press Release BASF:

BASF and RWE plan to cooperate on new technologies for climate protection

Green electricity and innovative production technologies could make the Ludwigshafen chemical site a lighthouse for climate protection in the chemical industry / Additional offshore wind farm with a capacity of 2 GW would provide BASF with green electricity for CO2-free production processes from 2030 / Letter of intent focuses on climate-neutral chemical industry and CO2-free hydrogen

Today in Ludwigshafen, Germany, Dr. Martin Brudermüller (BASF) and Dr. Markus Krebber (RWE), accompanied by Chairman of the Mining, Chemical and Energy Industries Union (IG BCE) Michael Vassiliadis, presented a project idea that shows how industrial production can become sustainable and future-proof. The project envisions an additional offshore wind farm with a capacity of 2 gigawatts (GW) to... ... More: Official Press Release BASF

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BASF, RWE, offshore, wind farm, CO2, emissions, hydrogen, green, chemical plant, Ludwigshaven, Germany, cooperation







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