Green by Iceland
Global Energy Show 2022

Green by Iceland

The Global Energy Show

Iceland has been harvesting renewable energy for more than a century.

100% of electricity and house-heating needs are met with renewables in Iceland.  Furthermore, icelandic companies have been developing projects where CO2 emissions are captured, turned into stone and stored underground at an industrial scale. Turning green hydrogen and CO2 from geothermal power plants or other sources into liquid methanol for fuel application, greener chemicals, and products, has also advanced as a solution available worldwide.

We are joined by 3 Icelandic companies at booth, no. 1327, exhibition area. Find Icelandic expertise in renewable energy and carbon capture and storage/utilization there and learn more.

Icelandic speakers at the Global Energy Show

Meet the Icelandic companies

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Carbfix captures CO2 and turns it into stone underground in less than two years through proprietary technology. The company’s mission is to be a key instrument to tackle the climate crisis and substantially reduce global CO2 emissions. 

For further information, please contact Kristinn Ingi Larusson, Head of Business Development and Commercialization at Carbfix.

Carbon Recycling International

Carbon Recycling International is the globally-recognized leader in CO2 to methanol technology, operating at industrial scale since 2012. We enable our partners to produce renewable methanol from carbon dioxide and hydrogen, for more sustainable fuels, chemicals and products.

We work with industry around the world to develop transformative projects creating valuable products from waste gases and renewable energy. Our latest plant in construction will be the largest of its type in the world, recycling around 160,000 tons per year of carbon dioxide into methanol.

Our solutions are environmentally friendly and do not impact the food chain or land use.

For further information, please contact Kristjana Kristjansdottir, Chief Commercial Officer at Carbon Recycling International.

Landsvirkjun, the National Power Company of Iceland

Landsvirkjun was founded in 1965 as the National Power Company of Iceland. The company builds, runs and refurbishes hydroelectric, geothermal and wind projects. It now owns and operates 15 hydroelectric, 3 geothermal and 2 wind power stations in Iceland with an installed capacity of around 2,150 MW and annual generation about 14 TWh. Landsvirkjun is a leader in generation of electricity from renewable resources in Iceland and is among the larger renewable energy companies in Europe. The company expects to continue constructing new renewable power projects in the future. Our vision is that climate change can be managed through renewable energy solutions. We provide advisory and co-development partnership solutions across hydro and geothermal power value chains. We partner with technical and financial services and will consider co-investment opportunities. We provide expertise in development, construction and operations of renewable power schemes with main emphasis on hydropower and geothermal power plants, and a growing interest in wind power.

For further information, please contact Rikardur Rikardsson, EVP, Business Development and Innovation at Landsvirkjun/the National Power Company of Iceland