Green2x will play a leading role in transforming natural leftovers to energy. Based on a groundbreaking, patented process, we take biomass waste such as straw and transform it into bioenergy – leaving only a fragment to be used as fertilizer. Using only leftovers, the sourcing of the raw material and the lack of waste make for a scalable process – making Green2x a notable contributor to the shaping of a greener future.
We take natural leftovers and turn them into energy – without leaving a trace. Based on a groundbreaking, patented process, Green2x develops, constructs and operates processing facilities that contribute to making our planet greener.
Producing biogas based on straw, the use of a single feedstock and a fast fermentation process means lowering carbon emissions by 85 percent compared to conventional gas.
Our take on change
The process is simple – so is the idea. And yet it is new to the world. Using only leftovers, the sourcing of the raw material makes for a scalable process – making Green2x a notable contributor to the shaping of a greener future. The patented process is based on years of research.
Energy holds the key to our way of life. But today’s energy sources will not carry us to tomorrow. We need to rethink the way we do things and take a new approach to transport and production in a future that starts now. Green2x offers a scalable solution that will make sustainable energy accessible – not just for the few. Be it on the road, in the air, at sea or as part of any kind of production, energy sources need to change.
Our first site
At the port of Vordingborg, at the southern point of Sealand, the first production site is underway. Planning to process straw into green energy from 2025, the 100,000+ square meter facility will produce three times more biogas than what is at present the largest plant in the world. Green2x is currently developing projects both in Denmark and internationally and plans to expand globally before 2030.
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First IP secured for new optimized biogas process.
Vordingborg BioFuel founded.
Angel investors join.
Test plant in Foulum started.
Danish Energy Invest.
Mikkel Kiil joins Green2x.
Vordingborg Biofuel renamed Green2x.
40 years lease agreement between Green2x and Vordingborg Port.
Mikkel Kiil announced CEO.
New investors join.
Local plan approved in Vordingborg.
CFO and CCO joins.
Full management team in place.