H2 View in conversation with… Green Hydrogen Hub Denmark

It could be one of the world’s largest green hydrogen production plants once operational and its main purpose will be to secure renewable energy irrespective of the weather.

We’re talking about the Green Hydrogen Hub Denmark project which H2 View gained exclusive insight into today (12th Feb) from consortium members Corre Energy, Eurowind Energy and Energinet subsidiary Gas Storage Denmark.

The three partners are aiming to establish by 2025 a complete Power-to-X value chain including a 350MW electrolysis plant, 200,000MWh hydrogen storage and a number of industrial hydrogen consumers with a 320MW Compressed-Air-Energy-Storage (CAES) facility.

The final link of the value chain will be the Green Hydrogen Hub Denmark (GHH), which can re-convert the green hydrogen into electricity, improving thus the security of supply.

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