Denmark to build two large-scale green hydrogen projects

The Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities has announced that it will provide around $19 million to build two large-scale hydrogen projects. The stored power will be used as a fuel for transport, particularly in buses, aircraft and ships. The two projects, which will convert renewable electricity into hydrogen, will be financially supported by two separate investments. One of the two projects, GreenLab Slice PtX, will be developed in Skrive, on the Jutland peninsula in north western Denmark. The second project, HySynergy, will be built in Fredericia, on the south-eastern coast of Jutland. The two projects will be implemented between 2020 and 2025.

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