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Denmark designates historic energy test zones to support green energy transition

Denmark designates historic energy test zones to support green energy transition

The Danish government has today (5th May) designated energy test zones to two danish companies to support a transition to green energy and hydrogen.

The clean energy industrial cluster GreenLab and Siemens Gamesa’s Brande hydrogen project have both been selected as the designated companies that will act as official regulatory energy test zones.

The test zone permit gives GreenLab and Siemens dispensation from electricity regulations and brings Denmark one step closer to the integration of unprecedented amounts of renewable energy into the energy grid.

These designated test zones will be a one of a kind in Europe and the insights will be valuable for all of Europe’s green transition – including clean energy storage, green fuels, agriculture and industry.

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