CIP launches new fund targeting green agriculture and hydrogen

The new fund will mainly focus on greening agriculture and developing infrastructure for renewable hydrogen and PtX.
Photo: Jens Dresling
Photo: Jens Dresling
BY ANNE FILBERT, TRANSLATED BY DANIEL FRANK CHRISTENSEN

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partner, CIP, is now directing DKK 10m annually toward developing large projects in Denmark, mainly entailing green transition undertakings within agriculture, renewable hydrogen and Power-to-X, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

”We are looking into a comprehensive overhaul of energy supply and infrastructure. Many projects are being launched, and it will make a big difference for Denmark,” says Charlotte Jepsen, leading partner at CIP Fonden, to the media.

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