Everfuel is leading the flagship project, HySynergy, in establishing a 20 MW PtX facility.
The purpose of the HySynergy project is to establish a large-scale production and storage facility of green hydrogen. The project is planned in three phases.
Phase I is under construction and will be 20 MW in operation in 2022.
Phase II will consist of three subphases of 100 MW, which equals 300 MW 2025.
Finally, phase III is planned to 1 GW in 2030.
The project will significantly support the reduction of the carbon footprint within Crossbridge Energy’s refinery next to HySynergy and contribute to the Danish climate target of 70% CO2 reduction. The Power-to-X (PtX) facility will further offer a competitive supply of green hydrogen as zero-emission fuel for mobility and industrial partners.
As a PtX facility, HySynergy will demonstrate how fluctuating renewable energy sources can be converted and stored effectively to decouple energy production from consumption.
When constructed, Everfuel will be the operator and owner of the hydrogen facility, but besides Everfuel, a number of strong partners take part in HySynergy:
- Crossbridge Energy as off-taker of parts of the green hydrogen
- Aktive Energi Anlæg (AEA) as EPC partner for the construction
- Trefor Elnet as the power DSO
- Energinet as the power TSO
- TVIS for incorporating surplus heat the district heating system
- EWII as power grid analyst
The project is supported with € 6.5 Mio from Danish Energy Agency.