Hydrogen crucial to meeting Denmark’s targets, says Hydrogen Denmark CEO

Hydrogen crucial to meeting Denmark’s targets, says Hydrogen Denmark CEO

The newly elected Danish Government has firmly reinforced the country’s position as a green leader setting the ambitious goal of a 70% reduction in emissions by 2030.

While the concrete path towards these climate goals may not have been paved yet, these goals set the course for immediate action and potential investment in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

According to Hydrogen Denmark, Denmark has a strong tradition of research, entrepreneurship and public investments in sustainable solutions that has put the nation at the forefront of green innovation.

CEO Tejs Laustsen Jensen said the need for new green solutions will be especially advantageous for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, not least due to the massive build-up of offshore wind.

“There is no doubt that hydrogen and fuel cell solutions will play a crucial role in this regard and will be a vital tool in the efforts to reach the new targets.”

“There is no doubt that hydrogen and fuel cell solutions will play a crucial role in this regard and will be a vital tool in the efforts to reach the new targets.”

“In Denmark we consider ourselves world champions in the production of renewable energy because we chose to make sustainable energy a political priority years ago.”

“The government proposes massive investments and expansions in particularly offshore wind energy and the natural next step towards fossil independence is securing the integration between the sectors within the energy system as well as storage and conversion into other sectors such as transport.”

“There is no doubt that hydrogen and fuel cell solutions will play a crucial role in this regard and will be a vital tool in the efforts to reach the new targets.”

Jenson said the new policies would not be the only beneficial to the climate: “There are tremendous potential for new businesses, job creation and export in this stage of the green transition.

“Denmark will be a hub for Hydrogen and ‘power2X’ facilities with some of the best conditions in the world.”

“We have already proven that sustainability also makes a good business case, for instance in the wind turbine industry.”

“I have no doubt that we can draw on our experiences and groundbreaking scientific research to emulate the great success from harnessing the wind to this next chapter in Danish energy history.”

“Denmark is in the international elite when it comes to developing and implementing hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and from this position the new political push will catapult us into a new, green Golden Age.”


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