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Everfuel endorses Danish hydrogen pipeline plan

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Everfuel A/S has endorsed the Danish Government’s plan to build and operate hydrogen pipeline infrastructure. It is a clear political acknowledgement of green hydrogen as an essential component to the decarbonisation of the European energy system.

The plan announced includes an agreement between the Government and supporting political parties providing a roadmap for the Danish transmission system operator Energinet and the national distribution system operator Evida when developing future hydrogen pipeline infrastructure.

“We are pleased that the government and supporting political parties acknowledge Denmark’s unique position within green hydrogen and the importance of hydrogen infrastructure in the energy transition. Still, today’s agreement needs to be followed up by more details on pipeline connection points and tariffs, as well as the required coordination with hydrogen and renewable energy developers. Critical and competitive hydrogen infrastructure is vital for Denmark to fully deliver on our unique potential. At Everfuel, we will be ready to supply large volumes of hydrogen into the pipeline network to domestic and international end users,” says Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO and Founder of Everfuel.

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