Online marine and land transportation fuel acquisition platform Powerzeek on Thursday (4 March) said MOWI, the world’s largest salmon producer, has bought 200 metric tonnes of Green LNG through the Powerzeek Energy Platform.
The delivery is part of Powerzeek´s CleanCombo™ offering, a new bundled product where the company connects partners in its Powerzeek Community to provide a complete clean energy solution.
MOWI will use the Green LNG for commissioning and training activities at its LNG regasification and ship bunkering terminal at Kyleakin, Isle of Skye.
Through the CleanCombo™ contract Powerzeek connects suppliers of the physical energy product with transporters, equipment suppliers and other service providers. Through the purchase of biogas certificates and carbon offsets, it provides Green LNG where part of the product is renewable and all CO2 has been offset.
“As a company committed to working towards a sustainable development of our industry, we are every day looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint,” said Craig Forrester, MOWI Scotland´s HSE and LNG Manager.
“We are therefore grateful for the efforts that Powerzeek has put in to find solutions for a more sustainable and cost-effective energy for our feed plant in Scotland.”
Powerzeek said it expects to launch PZ CleanCombo™ on the platform officially later this spring.
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Published: 5 March, 2021
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