DKK 88.8m grant for Power-to-X and green hydrogen development in Denmark

The Danish Board of Business Development is granting up to DKK 88.8m ($12.6m) to up-scale Power-to-X solutions and support green hydrogen ambitions.

Announced today (June 24), the funding will support a partnership between, Topsoe, Denmark’s Technical University (DTU), and Aarhus University (AU), to upscale and globally deploy Topsoe’s solid oxide electrolyser cell technology.

It is hoped the grant will support Denmark’s ambitious Power-to-X strategy which aims to develop 4-6GW of energy capacity from green hydrogen and e-fuels by 2030, as well as contribute to the wider EU green hydrogen goals.

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