Uncertainty still burdens Green Hydrogen Systems' ambitious growth plans

The Danish manufacturer is getting a handle on deliveries after spending the past few months fine-tuning its electrolysis technology. After a period of delays, Green Hydrogen Systems is ready to step up sales, says CEO. The question is how rapidly things will progress.

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All good things come to those who wait. This proverb is likely to both resonate with and appeal to the ambitious electrolyzer manufacturer Green Hydrogen Systems. For almost a year, the company has been dogged by delays and postponements of planned deliveries of electrolysis equipment.

Many have expected great things from the company, both prior to and following the listing in June 2021, which raised gross proceeds of DKK 1.1bn (EUR 147.8m).

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