The price of any sustainable fuel will naturally reflect the required capital expenditure and operating costs. Given the right conditions, the current cost of renewable methanol produced with “reasonable” electricity rates is around EUR150 or USD179 per megawatt-hour (Mwh), says Thomas Cotter, business development manager at specialty chemicals manufacturer Clariant. This places renewable methanol “on […]
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