Everfuel Unveils Plans for Green Hydrogen Hub


Everfuel A/S plans to build a hydrogen hub in Holstebro, Denmark, to support regional energy transition and accelerate scale-up of green hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel for industry and mobility, reports Cision News.

Safe, reliable and efficient supply of clean energy

The hub will be developed in two phases in close collaboration with partners within industry and mobility, with the aim of establishing safe, reliable and efficient local supply of clean energy.

The hub-concept represents a novel approach to scaling green hydrogen. It offers a strong value proposition for industry, the transport sector and municipalities, which is evident in the partner set up we can announce today,” says Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO at Everfuel.

Green hydrogen

Everfuel, the local municipality and the other hub partners will work towards a greener Holstebro city by exploring the potential for using green hydrogen in industrial processes and in mobility.

By realising all three phases, the hub will enable a significant reduction in the municipality’s CO2-emissions by feeding carbon-free hydrogen into a large share of the municipality’s activities. Holstebro is the Danish municipality with the nation’s second highest onshore wind and solar power.

Future run for green cities 

Independent energy supply has become more important than ever. Holstebro has a substantial PtX potential, and the hub project shows the flexibility of green hydrogen and how a PtX facility can contribute across the local community,” says Krogsgaard.

Holstebro is truly a front-runner for green cities of the future and a great example for others to follow. By connecting several partners to make a hydrogen hub, we assist the municipality in its energy transition, we showcase just how many industries can benefit from a PtX facility to ensure an independent and green supply of fuel, and last but not least, we create a good business case,” Krogsgaard continues.

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Source: Cision News


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