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HySynergy

Everfuel is leading the flagship project HySynergy involving the establishment of a 20 MW P...

Everfuel is leading the flagship project HySynergy involving the establishment of a 20 MW PtX facility in 2022 aiming for + 1 GW before 2030.

The purpose of the HySynergy project is to establish phase I of a large-scale production and storage of green hydrogen, that will support the reduction of the carbon footprint within the existing Crossbridge Energy’s refinery processes as well as establish a competitive supply of green hydrogen as zero emission fuel for heavy-duty transportation.

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Study project

Brande Hydrogen

The project “Brande Hydrogen” couples an existing onshore Siemens Gamesa...

The project “Brande Hydrogen” couples an existing onshore Siemens Gamesa wind turbine with an electrolyser stack and enables a number of tests and experiments and shows that green hydrogen can be produced without using any energy from the grid, known as “island mode”. The project is the first to produce green hydrogen from wind in “island mode”, with the option of connecting it to the grid. The project now produces green hydrogen which is distributed by Everfuel. The locally produced hydrogen is distributed to Everfuel’s hydrogen refuelling stations 

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H2RES & Green Fuels for Denmark

Flagship electrolysis and PtX project in Copenhagen

Everfuel participa...

Flagship electrolysis and PtX project in Copenhagen

Everfuel participates in a two-fold flagship hydrogen and PtX project, led by Ørsted. The first part of the project, called H2RES, is a demonstration project, while the second part of the project is set to scale the project. The demonstration phase in Copenhagen, Denmark, has received funding from the Danish Energy Agency for the construction of a 2 MW electrolysis plant which includes an integrated hydrogen storage- and distribution facility. The facility will demonstrate flexible use of electricity produced from offshore wind turbines to produce green hydrogen for zero-emission mobility.

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Nordic Hydrogen Corridor

Hydrogen infrastructure across Sweden

In collaboration with Statkraft,...

Hydrogen infrastructure across Sweden

In collaboration with Statkraft, Hyundai, Toyota and Hydrogen Sweden, Everfuel aim at establishing zero-emission mobility infrastructure across Sweden. With the project partners, Everfuel will work to ensure availability of fuel-cell vehicles, hydrogen production, distribution solutions and hydrogen fuelling stations to connect the major cities in Sweden through a hydrogen corridor. The project, called Nordic Hydrogen Corridor, aims at deploying up to eight hydrogen fuelling stations and associated hydrogen production and distribution infrastructure. Nordic Hydrogen Corridor (NHC) is co-financed via Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). The NHC partners are in the execution phase, and the total budget of the project will be € 20 Mio.

Greenlab Skive

100 MW PtX symbiosis and hydrogen distribution

GreenLab is a green ener...

100 MW PtX symbiosis and hydrogen distribution

GreenLab is a green energy park, technology enabler and national research facility. It consist of a series of project partners, where Everfuel participates in the development, establishment and operationalisation of a new large-scale Power-to-X (PtX) facility in Skive, Denmark. That will enable the production of green hydrogen, scalable hydrogen storage and distribution, as well as PtX symbiosis activities such as methanol production. GreenLab’s goal is a 100 MW electrolysis plant, which will be replicable in the rest of the world. When constructed, Everfuel will be the operator and owner of the integrated hydrogen storage and distribution facility. Besides Everfuel, the project partners consist of Eurowind Energy, Biomass Protein, Skive College, Erhvervsakademi Dania, Lhyfe, Skive Municipality, Sparvestfonden, Klimefonden Skive, Green Hydrogen Systems, Norlys, RE:Integrate, Energinet, E.ON Denmark and DTU Energy. The project is supported with € 10.7 Mio from the Danish Energy Agency.

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H2Bus Europe

Everfuel participates in the H2Bus consortium.

The consortium seeks to...

Everfuel participates in the H2Bus consortium.

The consortium seeks to introduce commercial fuel-cell city buses and the supporting hydrogen infrastructure. The members of the consortium are committed to deploying 1,000 fuel-cell electric buses in European cities at commercially competitive rates. Everfuel is the project developer and owner of the H2Bus Europe project, which is supported with ~€40 Mio from the CEF program and will enable a roll-out of +600 fuel-cell buses by 2023. The other partners in the project are Wrightbus, Ballard Power Systems, Hexagon Composites, Nel Hydrogen and Ryse Hydrogen.