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.
The project target is a total electrolysis capacity of 1.3 GW by 2030, with interim phases of 10 MW and 250 MW, which has been scoped by the project partners.
Besides Ørsted and Everfuel, the project is supported by a series of partners:
Demonstration project (H2RES): DSV Panalpina, Green Hydrogen Systems, Nel Hydrogen, Energinet, Hydrogen Denmark.
Scale-up project: DSV Panalpina, Copenhagen Airports, A.P. Møller – Maersk, DFDS, SAS, Haldor Topsoe, Nel Hydrogen, with support from COWI, BCG, Copenhagen Municipality and the Capital Region of Denmark.