EIB backs Haldor Topsoe’s energy transition

Sustainable energy

Denmark As part of its ongoing efforts to reduce carbon emissions, Haldor Topsoe, a Danish technology company, has secured a €45 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB).

To help Haldor Topsoe’s customers transition toward greater use of renewable energy and carbon neutrality in industrial operations, the EIB has financed R&D investments in Haldor Topsoe’s R&D department. Thus, the company’s R&D efforts are geared toward identifying and pursuing technologies with the greatest potential for reducing carbon emissions.

The development of new catalysts, catalytic technologies, and innovative hydrogen technologies, all of which are expected to reduce carbon emissions, is a top priority for R&D investments in this area. Green hydrogen, green ammonia, biofuels, and electrified methanol are some of the most promising environmentally friendly technologies in this regard, as are green hydrogen and electrified ammonia.