Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visits Crossbridge Energy and Everfuel in Fredericia

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visits Crossbridge Energy and Everfuel in Fredericia Today, 11 November, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) visited members of Hydrogen Denmark, Crossbridge Energy and Everfuel, in Fredericia. During the visit, Crossbridge Energy and Everfuel presented their wishes for contributing to the local and environmentally friendly development of the region to the PM…

The hydrogen and wind industry: There is a need for basic principles in the Danish Power-to-X strategy

The hydrogen and wind industry: There is a need for basic principles in the Danish Power-to-X strategy The CEO of Hydrogen Denmark, Tejs Laustsen Jensen, and the CEO of Wind Denmark, Jan Serup Hylleberg, write in a debate post in Altinget that “for the Power-to-X projects to realise their enormous potential, it is crucial that…

Hydrogen Europe and the European Investment Bank sign agreement

Hydrogen Europe and the European Investment Bank (EIB) signed an agreement on consultancy services on 29 July. Under the agreement, the EIB will provide financial advisory support for hydrogen projects led by Hydrogen Europe. In addition, the parties will collaborate on market development initiatives. Hydrogen technology will play a crucial role in achieving a carbon-neutral…

20 mio. kr. will support collaboration on green research

The VILLUM FOUNDATION grants DKK 20 mio. to GreenLab Skive over a three-year period. The purpose is to strengthen the research collaboration between GreenLab Skive and a number of Danish Universities, led by DTU. The research is aimed at providing smart green energy solutions that will hopefully be scaled up for both national and international…

Everfuel plans 300 MW HySynergy Phase II electrolyser in Fredericia

Everfuel A/S has announced plans for a phase II-development of HySyngergy at Fredericia refinery, which includes a 300 MW electrolyser and PtX facility. This involves a scale-up enlargement of green hydrogen, of which 20% will be used directly as zero emission mobility, and the rest 80% will be allocated as green raw material for production…