H2 Energy calls for faster offshore wind tender to accelerate PtX efforts

With its 1GW hydrogen production, Swiss H2 Energy Europe is among the companies confident in a booming hydrogen industry in Denmark in coming years. For Denmark to take the lead, political action is needed, the company notes.

Rasmus Bach Nielsen, board member, H2 Energy. | Photo: PR / Trafigura

For Denmark to become a frontrunner in green hydrogen, there is a need for a strong push within offshore wind.

This is the principal message from Swiss H2 Energy, which is currently in the process of setting up a 1GW hydrogen production facility in the city of Esbjerg. Production is to start by 2025 already, which entails that things must be accelerated for Denmark to take a lead in the PtX race.

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