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30 Oct

Denmark backs six green H2 projects with $177m

The Danish government has awarded DKK 1.25 billion ($177m) to six projects in its first tender to support power-to-X (PtX) projects for green hydrogen and derivatives. The projects, to be located in Holstebro, Esbjerg, Padborg, Rybjerg, Rødekro, and Fredericia, will have a combined capacity of 280 megawatts (MW). Of the total funding, around DKK 1 billion was awarded to three projects by European Energy. The remaining was awarded to Plug Power, Electrochaea…
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