Danish hydrogen company gets capital injection – ready for global breakthrough

Hydrogen will soon be a much bigger part of the energy picture and, over the longer term, will represent a formidable alternative to batteries. Danish company Greenhydrogen has just secured financing from the domestic Green Investment Fund and is preparing to become a leading global actor.

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Danish Greenhydrogen's headquarters remain modest for now. The firm's ten employees work in an office located in a small industrial area in the periphery of southern Danish town Kolding and, according to Google Maps, the company's nearest neighbors include used car dealerships, auto workshops and bus traffic.

Not exactly surroundings that lead thoughts toward a green revolution, futuristic energy sources and a huge potential market. Such associations are nonetheless present in the expectations of Greenhydrogen's founders – expectations now shared by the state-run Danish Green Investment Fund (DGI).

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