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Proposed artificial ‘Hydrogen Island’ could produce 1 million tonnes of hydrogen per year
© CIP
Proposed artificial ‘Hydrogen Island’ could produce 1 million tonnes of hydrogen per year
© CIP

Proposed artificial ‘Hydrogen Island’ could produce 1 million tonnes of hydrogen per year

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have announced today (May 20) a proposal to build a dedicated artificial island in the North Sea, for large-scale green hydrogen production, called ‘Brintø’.

Brintø, Danish for ‘Hydrogen Island’, would provide a significant contribution towards Denmark’s ambitious hydrogen strategy, with its ability to supply up to 1 million tonnes of green hydrogen per year once at full capacity of 10GW.

CIP have suggested that Brintø could be operational by 2030, and could prove to be a vital step in securing green energy supply for Europe.

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