Hydrogen operators working for Denmark to improve next round of European PtX subsidies

The Danish government should take the lead and help shape the next round of subsidies for hydrogen under the EU’s Important Projects of Common European Interest scheme, according to lobby group Hydrogen Denmark. Electrolysis company Topsoe agrees, noting that lopsided competition must be corrected.

CEO of Hydrogen Denmark Tejs Laustsen Jensen sees Denmark play a key role in the upcoming IPCEI process. | Photo: Brintbranchen

”Made in Denmark”.

Such a stamp is what lobby group Hydrogen Denmark hopes to make on products gaining ground internationally within Power-to-X and hydrogen going forward, explains Chief Executive Officer Tejs Lausten Jensen in an interview with EnergyWatch.

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