New Electrolysis Plant Likely to Be Built in Germany in 2017

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24 Jul 2014 11:59 Valerie Rose

CHEMMONITOR.COM - Specialty chemicals company Evonik Industries (Germany) and multinational company AkzoNobel (the Netherlands) are negotiating the establishment of a JV to construct an electrolysis plant in Ibbenbüren (Germany). The parties are planning to manufacture potassium hydroxide solution and chlorine at the projected facility. The negotiations between the companies are expected to last until late 2014.

The new electrolysis plant is predicted to be operational in Q3 2017.

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