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Huge lot in Central Denmark will play key role in green hydrogen pursuit

In 2024, technology giant Topsoe will inaugurate the world’s largest electrolyzer plant, which will be constructed on a 72,000m2 lot in Central Denmark.

Topsoe CEO Roland Baan. | Photo: Gregers Tycho/Ritzau Scanpix

”We’ve looked at a location in five different nations as well as looked at four-five places around Denmark. So the pursuit of the perfect location has been going on for a long time,” says Chief Executive Officer of Topsoe Roeland Baan.

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