VACANT SPACES
ROOM FOR INNOVATION AND GROWTH

The Chemiepark Knapsack has a total of more than 33 hectares of vacant industrial space for you in the two plant zones Knapsack and Hürth. The spaces are fully developed and can be used immediately for new plants. With spaces up to 200,000 square meters in area we can offer you flexible solutions which are geared to the specific needs of your company. You will soon find the space you require for your growth here.

A decisive location advantage at the Chemiepark Knapsack is the high degree of planning security. The location within the closed and protected-access chemical park, the industry-friendly environment and our many years of experience with approval procedures result in short approval times. This means that you can concentrate fully on your core business from the word go.

Space

Total space180 ha
Developed147 ha
Vacant33 ha

ENERGY SUPPLY

The reliable and economical supply of sufficient energy is one of the most important prerequisites for the chemical industry. The chemical park operator InfraServ Knapsack provides the manufacturing companies with the necessary energies in the form of electricity and process steam.

The continuous main load of the energy supply is borne by the refuse-derived fuel (RDF) power plant of E.ON Energy from Waste, where up to 300,000 tons of refuse-derived fuel are thermally utilized every year. This service is complemented by the combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant of the Norwegian energy company Statkraft. With 800 MW of installed capacity it is one of the largest CCGT power plants in Germany. A further combined gas turbine power plant with capacity of 400 MW is currently under construction. The energy supply of the Chemiepark Knapsack is thus guaranteed, also at peak load time. 

ENERGY SUPPLY

The reliable and economical supply of sufficient energy is one of the most important prerequisites for the chemical industry. The chemical park operator InfraServ Knapsack provides the manufacturing companies with the necessary energies in the form of electricity and process steam.

The continuous main load of the energy supply is borne by the refuse-derived fuel (RDF) power plant of E.ON Energy from Waste, where up to 300,000 tons of refuse-derived fuel are thermally utilized every year. This service is complemented by the combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant of the Norwegian energy company Statkraft. With 800 MW of installed capacity it is one of the largest CCGT power plants in Germany. A further combined gas turbine power plant with capacity of 400 MW is currently under construction. The energy supply of the Chemiepark Knapsack is thus guaranteed, also at peak load time.