Denmark and Germany have signed a joint declaration of intent to develop a large-scale transmission interconnector for green hydrogen between the two countries from 2028.
The objective of the joint declaration is to reinforce the participants’ bilateral cooperation on green hydrogen, and build infrastructure which will connect western Denmark with northern Germany. The declaration was signed by Dr. Robert Habeck, Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action of the Federal Republic of Germany, and Lars Aagaard, Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities of Denmark.
Both countries are committed, but not limited to, assisting potential hydrogen infrastructure operators and users to design and implement their respective hydrogen infrastructure projects, especially geared towards supporting their coordinated process towards binding commitments made by future infrastructure users, thereby enabling final investment decisions (FID) to take place.
They can also support the relevant joint application of potential hydrogen transmission operators for funding, e.g. becoming a Project of Common Interest for the Connecting Europe Facility, and engage in discussions on the distribution of generated renewable energy target amounts.
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