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The chemical industry has a tremendous responsibility to society. Partly because it generates much of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. And partly because it has exactly the knowledge and innovative edge needed to lower the emissions. Its capabilities have to be harnessed in new ways every single day. As the operator of Industriepark Höchst, we have always viewed it as our mission to drive these efforts and supply our tenants with an infrastructure that supports these trends as well.
A lot of potential can be unlocked by streamlining industrial utility supply structures and reducing emissions with co-generation , green biogas energy and sustainable heat and power generation. We have taken a leading role in cutting-edge energy technology with our hydrogen infrastructure , public hydrogen filling station and the construction of a filling station for fuel cell-powered trains.
One promising project is the planned construction of a power-to-liquid plant to produce zero-emission fuels such as aviation fuel for Frankfurt Airport. Industriepark Höchst will thus play host to a technology that offers the opportunity to reduce CO2 emissions.
A power-to-liquid pioneer plant engineered by our partner INERATEC will start producing synthetic fuels at Industriepark Höchst in 2022 – a zero-emissions outlook for the future of aviation.
Fluorinated gases are costly and environmentally harmful – a challenge to tackle together
The European Green Deal lays out how Europe will become the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. One of the key planks in this platform is sustainable waste management.
How we responsibly manage valuable water resources