The company has said the initial production volumes from the 20MW electrolyser represent as “major milestone” in the journey towards the commercialisation of clean hydrogen as a clean energy source for industry and mobility.

Currently in its first phase, the facility is set to expand up to 300MW by 2025. Earlier today Everfuel revealed it was set to receive DKK 246.3m ($35.2m) from the Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) programme.

Read more: Everfuel has DKK 246.3 IPCEI funding approved for 300MW green hydrogen project

Everfuel are hoping it will facilitate an annual reduction of up to 500,000 tonnes of carbon emissions from the mobility sector, which corresponds to 11% of the total carbon emissions from the Danish land-based transport sector in 2020.

Jacob Krogsgaard, founder, and CEO of Everfuel, said “First hydrogen is a major milestone both for Everfuel and for a greener society. We are executing on our promise to soon bring commercial green hydrogen to the market.”

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