Companies and projects planning to produce or use hydrogen have been invited to complete a survey by September 12, 2022, to help the operators prepare for hydrogen infrastructure.
The calls for market interest comes after the Danish Government in March this year (2022) unveiled plans to reach up to 6GW of electrolysis capacity by 2030 under the national Power-to-X Strategy that hopes to pave the way for a public tender worth DKK 1.25bn ($166.8m).
Peter Kristensen, Strategy and Development Director at Evida, said, “Evida’s approach to establishing a hydrogen infrastructure is market-based. At the same time, we believe it is crucial that we, together with the Danish Energy Agency and Energinet, develop and plan the best possible foundation for the hydrogen infrastructure of the future.
“We are therefore looking forward to the market dialogue so that together we receive valuable input from the entire market.”
Stine Grenaa Jensen, Vice-President of System Development at Energinet, added, “With hydrogen infrastructure, we can create value from the large Danish potentials for renewable energy.
“Together with the players, we must find a development path to ensure that hydrogen infrastructure delivers the greatest possible value to Denmark and the PtX players in both the short and long term.
“This supports the Danish PtX position of strength, the political ambitions for the green transition and export of green energy as well as the balance of the Danish energy system.”
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