Haldor Topsoe and Acron sign memorandum of understanding to develop green technologies

Haldor Topsoe and Acron Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the purpose of jointly working within green technologies area. The MoU includes initiatives within joint development of technologies aimed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (СО2 and N2O) at the existing production sites of Acron Group and development of promising projects for new products with minimum environmental impact. Acron Engineering, a Russian engineering research center, which is a part of Acron Group, will be engaged in the work.

Aleksandr Popov, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Acron PJSC, says: “Acron Group continues to introduce the ESG principles to the production operations of its facilities. We are happy to partner with Topsoe, the recognized technology leader in the industry. We expect our cooperation to result in break-through solutions in green technology use, which will reduce the environmental load and improve the overall eco-efficiency of the Group’s facilities.”

“We are excited by Acron’s commitment to join pioneers in practical discovering of green technologies capabilities. I believe, together we will find the most efficient and advanced solutions that could be implemented on Acron’s facilities to minimize greenhouse gas emission and to contribute into sustainable development of industry in Russia,” says Roeland Baan, CEO, Haldor Topsoe.

Topsoe is already engaged in several projects to produce green hydrogen, green ammonia, eMethanol, and efuels. With the highly efficient SOEC electrolysis technology and decades of experience as a world-leading technology provider within ammonia, methanol, gasoline, jet-fuel, diesel, and hydrogen, Topsoe is one of the very few companies that can deliver insights, technology and catalysts along the entire value chain for low carbon emission fuels and chemicals.

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