Linde Gas to invest EUR 100m in large-scale H2 plant in Denmark

No later than 2025, gas company Linde Gas wants a hydrogen facility of 100 MW operational at Denmark's Port of Aabenraa. The firm is looking for collaboration partners to convert the green hydrogen into e-fuels or other green fuels. (corrected)

The Port of Aabenraa, where Linde Gas plans to build a new hydrogen plant. | Photo: PR / Aabenraa Havn

(The article previously read that the Port of Aabenraa had more than 600 MW of offshore wind energy available. This is incorrect. The number indicates the effect of a cable connection to the distribution grid.)

Cables transmitting more than 600 MW of power directly to the quay of one of the Baltic Sea's deepest ports, and a location close to Europe's third-largest diesel hub in Padborg, Denmark.

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