Here are the outlines of Denmark's first PtX strategy

In Denmark's first Power-to-X strategy, the government sticks to proposed ambition of 4-6GW of electrolysis by 2030. Among the plans to meet the target is a tender of DKK 1.25bn expected to be arranged in 2023.

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Five key measures are meant to ensure that Denmark will reach electrolysis capacity of 4-6GW by 2030 in accordance with a new Power-to-X strategy that a broad political majority has just presented at a doorstep event at the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities.

First and foremost, the agreement paves the way for a public tender worth DKK 1.25bn (EUR 170m), which will facilitate operational support over a ten-year period. On top of this, better opportunities must be created for cabling that connects wind and solar farms directly to PtX facilities, along with opportunities for lowering tariffs for large electricity consumers in order to thereby aid a string of PtX players.

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