News Digest Item
19 Jan 2018

Chemical industry in bid to harness Germany’s green power overload


Chemical companies BASF, Evonik, and Clariant seek to use excess renewable power in Germany to make synthetic fuels and other chemicals, reports Ludwig Burger for Reuters. According to Germany’s chemical industry lobby VCI, so-called power-to-X technology could become of “foremost importance” in stabilising the grid and replacing oil as a feedstock.

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