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Bargain: Massive hydrogen island could be ready by 2030 without any state subsidies

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, one of the world’s biggest green asset managers, presents its vision for yet another Danish energy island in the North Sea where wind power will be converted into green hydrogen.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has big plans for yet another Danish energy island which will produce green hydrogen on a large scale. Partner Thomas Dalsgaard claims the island could be ready as soon as 2030. | Photo: CIP

Though the ink is barely dry on the pages of the historic Esbjerg agreement on a tenfold increase of offshore wind capacity in the North Sea, one of the world’s biggest green asset manager unveils an offer that could prove a bargain for the Danish government.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is ready with a concept for developing yet another Danish energy island with a capacity of 10GW, which could be completed as soon as 2030.

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