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Major Power-to-X plant unveiled for Denmark

Plans have been unveiled for a brand-new Power-to-X plant in Esbjerg, Denmark that will convert green electricity into hydrogen – and it’s believed to be the largest of its kind in Europe.

To be developed by H2 Energy Europe, the development hopes to start producing green hydrogen on a small scale by the end of 2022 to power fuel cell trucks on Danish roads as soon as possible.

By the end of 2024, it is then hoped that the full 1GW plant will be fully operational.

On the development, Clifford zur Nieden, Director of H2 Energy Europe, said, “We plan to produce tomorrow’s fuel. It is our goal to establish the cost-effective production and distribution of climate-friendly hydrogen that is CO2-free and produced exclusively with renewable energy.

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