FReSMe Final Use Demonstration


Stena Line RoPax is world’s first vessel to use recycled methanol from residual steel gases as fuel.

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FReSMe project final event

Virtual event, 23 June 2021

After almost 5 years of hard work and cooperation among the eleven partners of the Consortium, the FReSme project is now coming to an end.

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BENEFITS

CONTRIBUTE TO A LOW CARBON ECONOMY

EUROPEAN 2020 ENERGY OBJECTIVES

greenhouse gas emissions
-20%
than 1990

+20%
of energy from renewables

+20%
increase in energy efficiency

PROJECT PROGRESS

After almost 5 years the FReSMe project successfully finalised on June 2021. The pilot plant built in Lulea (Sweden) treated up to 800 m3/h of blast furnace gas to produce up to 50 kg/h of methanol. While demonstrating all the essential process steps in an industry relevant environment, the project advanced the technology’s technical readiness to level 6. Methanol produced in the project was demonstrated to be suitable for use as marine fuel for ship transportation.

PROJECT CONCEPT

CONTACT

For questions about FReSMe, please use the email address below:

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727504.

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