Aker Horizons, Norwegian-based fishing and Biotech Company providing krill products through a fully documented and working to build leading companies that can meaningfully reduce CO2 emissions while creating substantial value over time, recently has announced that the firm is launching a new platform company, Aker Clean Hydrogen. The firm further added that it is motivated by a need to comply with the EU plan to achieve the Paris Agreement mandates.
The company has stated that it will develop and operate clean hydrogen production at scale across the Aker group. It has collaborated with companies like Statkraft and Yara to establish Europe's first industrial-scale green ammonia project in Norway called the 450 MW Herøya plant. Partnering with mainstream renewable power will help Aker unlock the green hydrogen and ammonia economy in Chile to enable emission-free shipping in Antarctica.
Aker Clean Hydrogen will primarily aim to emerge as the most efficient hydrogen value chain integrator globally. It has a portfolio of nine clean hydrogen projects with a total net capacity of 1.3 GW. Based on a proven execution model with scalability, the company focuses on reaching a net installed capacity of 5.0 GW by 2030.