CIP-led consortium pursues major hydrogen infrastructure in Baltic Sea region

The Danish fund manager joins forces with gas system operators and a developer to explore options for building extensive hydrogen infrastructure in the Baltic Sea region.
Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH
Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

A new collaboration including Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) reveals plans for working toward establishment of hydrogen infrastructure throughout the Baltic Sea region, entailing both use of existing natural gas networks as well as construction of new assets to lay the foundation for a green hydrogen market in Europe, partners confirm in a statement.

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