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MEGATON – GreenGo Energy

GreenGo Energy is an innovative Danish greentech company who is developing a green energy park based on 4GW of renewable hybrid solar and wind energy, which is put directly into a new Energy Park, the core of which will be 2GW of electrolysis. The energy park will be established at the future Stovstrup 400kV transformer station east of Tarm in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality.

Partners: Ringkøbing-Skjern kommune

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Endrup P2X plant

Energinet has signed grid connection agreements with two Power-to-X projects, which are to be connected to Energinet's transformer station in Endrup near Esbjerg.

Partners: H2 Energy & Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

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Green2x Vordingborg

Green2x, a company based in Vordingborg Kommune, is set to produce biogas at the Vordingborg Biofuel facility and has partnered with Copenhagen Energy, a Danish energy company, to acquire renewable energy. Copenhagen Energy plans to establish solar and wind energy parks in Vordingborg Kommune. This collaboration aims to supply Green2x with 100% green energy for their upcoming Vordingborg Havn facility. The Renewable Hydrogen Demonstrator project intends to produce various forms of biofuel, including biometanol for maritime transport, using renewable energy from Copenhagen Energy's upcoming projects. This project aligns with Green2x's global plans to create green fuel factories.

Partners: Vordingborg Port, Topsoe, Rambøll, Biofuel Technology A/S, Kinetic Biofuel & Copenhagen Energy

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Green Ammonia Lemvig

The world's first dynamic ammonia plant powered solely by solar and wind energy is a step closer to completion. Placed in Ramme, Lemvig Municipality, the project named Renewable Dynamic Distributed Ammonia Plant (Reddap) is a collaboration between Skovgaard Energy, Topsøe, Vestas, and EUDP (The Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program). Once operational, the plant aims to produce 5,000 tons of green ammonia annually, usable for fertilizers and ship fuel. The project has received 81,414,953 Danish kroner from EUDP and involves various local suppliers, contributing to green energy plans in the region and creating local jobs. The first ammonia production is expected to start in early 2024.

Partners: Vestas, Skovgaard Energy & Topsoe


ESTECH celebrated a significant milestone as the structural phase of their near-industrial-sized demonstration plant for combined carbon capture and green hydrogen production was completed at Vandcenter Syd. The technology, known as CAPPOW (Carbon Capture and Power-to-X), is unique in merging carbon capture and green hydrogen production. The plant, situated at VCS Denmark, a major water and wastewater utility, employs CO2 absorbers and electro-chemical cells. It's designed to capture up to 80% of CO2 emissions and produces valuable Power-to-X compounds.

Partners: PureteQ

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Wind-to-X Kragerup Gods

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is focusing on wind power as a cornerstone of the green hydrogen revolution. Despite current cost challenges, ambitious projects like the Renewable Hydrogen Demonstrator aim to lower expenses while showcasing the efficiency of hybrid generation systems. The project's goal is to establish a pioneering full-scale wind-to-X demonstrator and develop a wind plant controller to manage the integrated setup. By combining an electrolyzer, battery storage, and an innovative control system on an existing post-subsidy onshore wind farm, the project will harness wind energy for green hydrogen and electricity production, simultaneously providing grid services.

The Renewable Hydrogen Demonstrator aims to highlight the potential of both existing and new wind farms to contribute as hydrogen suppliers and grid service providers. This diversification strategy is expected to increase revenue and bolster the overall renewable energy share. Deployed at the Kragerup Gods onshore wind park in Denmark, the demonstrator is designed to generate approximately 15 GWh per year and 700-900 tons of hydrogen per year, all while delivering grid services.

The project runs from April 2022 to December 2023, with a budget of 11.9 million euros supported by the EU Regional Development Fund and managed by the Danish Board of Business Development.

Partners: Kragerup Gods

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DynElectro has secured 34 million DKK in a seed round for its patented Solid Oxide Electrolysis technology. These funds will be used to scale up and commercialize the technology for producing green hydrogen and fuels by 2025. The investment comes from Denmark's Export and Investment Fund (EIFO), alongside other funds and the company's founder. DynElectro's breakthrough in high-temperature electrolysis extends production facility durability and competitiveness. The company's advancements align with Denmark's green energy leadership and its potential to become a global player. DynElectro aims to introduce commercial 1 MW electrolysis units by 2025, contributing to CO2 emission reduction goals.

Partners: EIFO, Vsquared Ventures, North East Family Office & PreSeed Ventures

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Multifuel cargo pumps – Svanehøj

In 2019, 25% of the cargo pumps for LPG tankers were prepared for ammonia, where in 2024 it's expected to rise to about two thirds. Svanehøj has taken initiative to meet these new needs and are currently supplying multifuel pumps for five very large gas carriers (VLGC) for LGE. The contract includes 40 cargo pumps and 10 booster pumps.

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Maritime fuel cell technology

Siemens Energy and Advent Technologies are partnering to develop and demonstrate innovative maritime fuel cell technology. They aim to use fuel cells to convert green fuels like e-methanol into electricity for ships, eliminating harmful emissions. This project, supported by the EU Commission, holds promise for decarbonizing shipping and promoting methanol as a sustainable marine fuel due to its advantages over hydrogen in terms of energy density, handling, and existing infrastructure. The collaboration also has plans to expand into other areas like industrial power solutions and increase the electricity output of fuel cell modules, making them primary power sources for ship propulsion systems.

Partners: Siemens Energy, Advent Technologies & EU Commission

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Hydrogen Buses – Ballard Power Systems

Ballard Power Systems, a major hydrogen fuel cell manufacturer, has received substantial orders for 96 hydrogen fuel cell engines from Solaris, a leading European bus maker. This includes a record-breaking order for 52 engines to power Solaris Urbino hydrogen buses in Germany. Rebus Regionalbus Rostock is constructing two hydrogen refueling stations to support these buses. Additionally, Ballard has secured orders for 44 hydrogen engines for Solaris buses in European cities, contributing to the 110+ hydrogen buses Solaris has already delivered in Europe.

Partners: Solaris & Rebus Regionalbus Rostock

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Arcadia eFuels – Vordingborg

Less than 11 months after revealing plans for a net-zero CO2 aviation fuel production facility at Vordingborg Harbor, Arcadia eFuels announced on January 3, 2023, that a French investment fund will provide the capital to realize this major green fuel initiative.

Arcadia eFuels has received substantial support from the Vordingborg Municipality and has garnered backing from the French investment fund Swift 2, managed by SWEN Capital Partners. This fund specializes in green projects within renewable energy production and demonstrates a strong understanding of the social, societal, and environmental significance of the project.

The envisioned large-scale production plant will utilize renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, along with water and CO2, to produce net-zero CO2 aviation fuel (eFuel) suitable for existing aircraft engines and infrastructure.

Partners: Vordingborg municipality, DCC & Shell Aviation Denmark A/S & Swift 2 (SWEN Capital Partners)

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H2 Energy – Esbjerg

H2 Energy Esbjerg has taken a significant step by signing a Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contract with COWI for their hydrogen plant in Esbjerg. This move prepares the project for the final investment decision (FID) in March next year, aiming for production commencement in 2027. The FEED contract reflects their commitment to Denmark and Germany's greener future through hydrogen supply. COWI's role involves mapping costs and technical aspects, ensuring a comprehensive plan from safety systems to plant components.

COWI's completion of the FEED work by early 2024 will allow H2 Energy to finalize the Esbjerg plant's investment decision. This substantial investment of over one billion euros is projected to generate approximately 700 new jobs in Esbjerg over the three-year construction period. The anticipated plant will hold a capacity of 1 GW, making it Denmark's largest, contingent on the national hydrogen infrastructure's readiness. This FEED contract with COWI marks the first of several contracts H2 Energy Esbjerg plans to initiate.

Partners: COWI

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Handest Hede Energy Park

The Committee for Technology and Environment in Mariagerfjord Municipality met on April 11, 2023, to discuss plans for an Energy Park at Handest Hede. Eurowind Project A/S intends to create a solar energy facility and an electrolysis plant for hydrogen production alongside existing wind turbines.

The proposed development includes a new municipal planning amendment, a local plan, and environmental assessments. The electrolysis facility will split water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity for energy storage during surplus periods.

Partners: Mariagerfjord Municipality

Read more about Handest Hede Energy Park

Ramme Ammonia Plant

In Ramme, West Jutland, Skovgaard Energy is constructing a Power-to-X (PtX) facility that will convert renewable energy into ammonia. This week, the first electrolyzer was installed. The plant will transform surplus energy from wind and solar into CO2-neutral ammonia. Six wind turbines and a 50-megawatt solar installation will supply the energy, which will be converted into green liquid ammonia in the electrolysis unit. The project, a collaboration between Skovgaard Energy and Topsøe, aims to produce 5,000 tons of green ammonia annually from 2024, resulting in an annual CO2 reduction of 8,200 tons.

Partners: Skovgaard Energy & Topsøe

Read more about Ramme Ammonia Plant

Green Hydrogen Hub – Thorup

The Green Hydrogen Hub project is repurposing underground caverns in Denmark's Lille Torup gas storage site for a hydrogen and compressed air energy storage (CAES) facility. This setup will store renewable energy for times when wind and solar generation is low. The project combines Power-to-X and CAES technologies, using hydrogen to enhance power generation efficiency. It aims to address renewable energy challenges by increasing its value and ensuring energy security without straining the grid.

The project offers insights into balancing hydrogen and energy in future systems. Expected to operate by 2027/28, it might pave the way for scalable solutions globally.

Partners: Corre Energy, Eurowind Energy & Gas Storage Denmark

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