Energinet, Gasunie to collaborate on German-Danish hydrogen infrastructure

In a bid to accelerate cross-border hydrogen infrastructure between Denmark and Germany, Energinet and Gasunie Deutschland have today (September 1) announced a signed agreement to cooperate on preliminary work.

Under the signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the companies will coordinate grid developed based on results from pre-feasibility studies and latest market developments. Additionally, Energinet and Gasunie will analyse and outline the decision gates on the way to final investment decisions.

Having been well established trade of gas between Denmark and Germany over the decades, it is expected that a large part of the ‘hydrogen backbone’ between the two countries can be based on the conversion of existing gas transmission pipelines.

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