DSV Panalpina's CEO on hydrogen project: "This could really take off"

DSV Panalpina CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen expects semi-trucks to be first in line for testing fuel from a new hydrogen plant backed by several well-known companies. A project plan is being prepared right now.

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We believe the technology will work, and we are "super excited," says logistics major DSV Panalpina's Chief Executive Jens Bjørn Andersen in a comment on a new, ambitious project that will convert wind energy into hydrogen targeting the transport sector.

The transport group is one of several Danish companies key to the Power-to-X project, which also count utility Ørsted. Power-to-X – or PtX – is a common term covering the transformation of power and water into new materials or fuels.

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