The domestic industry applauds a broad political agreement to allot slightly more than EUR 110m to Denmark's participation in the EU's green hydrogen efforts. The final selection of projects is expected within the coming weeks.
Danish parliament's IPCEI agreement doesn't touch Dutch funds previously earmarked by the government for Power-to-X, says energy minister Dan Jørgensen. On the other hand, the allocated DKK 850m will not necessarily go to the common European projects.
Denmark's largest pension company ATP and hardtech fund Nordic Alpha Partners may have made an extraordinarily favorable investment in selecting Green Hydrogen Systems. ATP Head of Equities Claus Wiinblad calls it a risky investment with considerable upward momentum.
Shipping company Hafnia and Chinese investors behind a large US-based methanol factory say that the project has been put "on hold", however, the company behind the billion-dollar project has given up on an environmental appeal and terminated its lease. Port director calls the project terminated.
Compact nuclear reactor developer Seaborg recruits Maersk Drilling's strategy and business finance chief, who says his new employer has the potential to help mitigate climate change and provide "energy fairness".
With the outlook to roughly 25,000 tonnes of decommissioned wind turbine blades existing in 2025 – and twice as much five years later – the wind sector wants the EU to ban landfilling the composite components and to support development of new solutions.
Even though Ørsted still sees floating offshore wind "complementary" to the fixed-bottom variety, the Danish power company now has plans for the emerging technology after last week's announcement to bid in Norway's coming tender.