Herne plans to be climate-friendly
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
INFOGRAPHIC MAXIMILIAN NERTINGER
28th April 2023
A green transformation for the chemical industry
At the Evonik site in Herne, four projects are pointing the way toward climate-friendly production.
How green chemistry is created
The infographic shows how electrolysis and fermentation produce butanol and hexanol.
Interview with Walter Leitner
Power-to-X for sustainable future
Prof. Leitner is investigating innovative methods of storing electricity from renewable sources.
Ultrapure gases from slurry and manure
The Wipp Valley in the South Tyrol is successfully betting on biogas—partly thanks to Sepuran Green membranes from Evonik.