Green hydrogen comet may be dream deal for ATP and Nordic Alpha Partners

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.

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Investing in Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS), an electrolysis system manufacturer and developer based in Western Denmark's Kolding, is only becoming a brighter idea in hindsight.

Danish state labor market pension company ATP and Nordic Alpha Partners, a venture capital/private equity firm targeting tangible hardware and digital solutions, both of which have made significant contributions to GHS, had fine reason to be pleased Tuesday after the electrolysis comet completed its initial public offering and thus became listed on Nasdag Copenhagen.

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