Inovyn Norway will use new and world-leading technology to electrify the production of vinyl chloride. This new technology will make it possible to replace fossil energy carriers in production with renewable electrical energy. The project will reduce the CO 2 emissions from the businesses at Rafnes by up to 21,000 tonnes of CO2 a yearThe project is part of a road map for a step-by-step decarbonisation of operations in Norway, where the use of renewable hydropower plays an important role. The plans involve the development and testing of new, unproven technology, which always involves risk.Norwegian industry currently accounts for 23 percent of Norway's greenhouse gas emissions. In a global context, Norwegian industry already produces with a low climate footprint. Enova supports tomorrow's energy and climate technology, so that Norway can reach the climate targets for 2050. In 2021, Enova distributed NOK 4.4 billion to over 5,500 smart energy and climate measures. Enova manages the climate and energy fund and is a state enterprise owned by the Ministry of Climate and the Environment. Enova is located in Trondheim and has more than 80 employees.Inovyn Norge AS is part of the Norwegian petrochemical industry with production operations at Rafnes and Herøya. The company produces caustic soda, plastic raw material and hydrogen at Rafnes. INOVYN Norway is part of the Ineos group, which has operations at 194 factory locations spread over 29 countries.