This project is a joint development project of VERBUND and LAT Nitrogen.

Project Partners

VERBUND and LAT Nitrogen are committed in their contribution to national and EU targets regarding

  • emission reduction,
  • the development of green hydrogen projects and a hydrogen market,
  • strengthening the European economy and
  • securing jobs in the region.
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VERBUND is Austria’s leading energy company and one of the largest renewable electricity producers in Europe. Their hydrogen activities build on long-standing know how in planning and operating large scale energy infrastructures, and therefore extend the value chain from green electricity to green hydrogen.

VERBUND is focused on three strategic directions:

  • Strengthening the integrated domestic market,

  • expanding renewables in Europe, and

  • positioning themselves as a European hydrogen player.

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About LAT Nitrogen

LAT Nitrogen is a leading European provider of nitrogen-based products in the fertilizer and industrial chemical market. The company employs nearly 2,000 employees across Europe and has production units located in Austria, France and Germany. An extensive warehouse and commercial network spans across Western, Central and Eastern Europe.

As an energy intensive industry, they are working actively to reduce the carbon footprint of their product. They do this by continuously optimizing both energy usage as well as reducing emissions.

Being open to use all available technologies to eliminate the greenhouse gas emissions from our plants, LAT Nitrogen is committed to significantly reduce emissions until 2030 and achieve climate neutral production by 2050 latest.

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Project funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.