CEMEX appoints Carbon Clean for German CCS FEED study

November 17, 2021 |

In Germany, CEMEX has appointed Carbon Clean to work on a FEED study for a ground-breaking carbon capture project at its Rüdersdorf plant in Germany, as part of its Carbon Neutral Alliance at the site.

The initial stage of this project aims to capture 100 metric tons per day of CO2 at the plant and combine this with hydrogen from renewable sources to produce greener synthetic hydrocarbons that can be used in other industries.

Then, the aim will be to increase the CO2 capture by an additional 300 tons per day, and use hydrogen supplied by a dedicated pipeline. Both project stages have already been submitted for national and European funding and will be operating by 2026. The receiving of funding is crucial for the implementation of the innovation projects.

Lastly, a study will be completed to investigate how to scale up to 2,000 tons per day of CO2.

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