Herne plans to be climate-friendly

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Solar power, green hydrogen, carbon dioxide from exhaust gases—energy and raw materials must increasingly be obtained from non-fossil sources in order to make chemical production more climate-friendly. This is an overview of the plans for Evonik’s Herne location

publication date2ND May 2023



28th April 2023

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