Danish energy company Ørsted is building Europe’s largest commercial production facility for carbon-neutral marine fuels in northeastern Sweden. At the heart of the FlagshipONE plant are technology packages from Siemens Energy comprising of four Prometric ton Exchange Membrane electrolyzers with a total capacity of 70MW, as well as the plant-wide electrification and automation systems, including innovative digitalization solutions such as the use of digital twins and the entire power distribution and compressor systems. The plant, which is being built in the Swedish coastal town of Örnsköldsvik, will be able to produce up to 50,000 metric tons of e-methanol per year from renewable energy and biogenic carbon dioxide from 2025. As a substitute for fossil fuels, this can avoid 100,000 metric tons of CO₂ emissions per year in shipping.Ørsted’s plant represents the start of commercial production of carbon neutral e-methanol in Europe, based on a unique approach. Instead of building bespoke plants at each location, FlagshipONE will act as a blueprint that can be scaled and replicated at other locations, in Sweden and elsewhere. The standardization approach has been created by the Swedish company Liquid Wind, the original developer of FlagshipONE. Liquid Wind develops replicable facilities to produce e-fuel and has plans to develop at least ten facilities in Scandinavia by 2030. As a partner to Liquid Wind, Siemens Energy plays a significant part in developing and progressing this trailblazing concept and provides the framework for turning these e-fuel facilities into reality with its technology package.