Danish Port to explore hydrogen technologies for zero-carbon operations

The Port of Hanstholm, Denmark, is set to explore hydrogen technologies as a means to become Europe’s “first” carbon-neutral fishing port with a new letter of intent signed with European Energy.

Revealed on Monday (Jan 3), the partnership will see the two companies jointly explore the establishment of a Power-to-X plant to produce both e-methanol and hydrogen – both of which can be used for zero-carbon mobility.

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