Eurowind Energy plans world's biggest hydrogen plant

The Danish developer and its two partners are planning to build a huge electrolysis facility in Western Denmark fitted with underground storage capacity.

Jens Rasmussen, CEO of Eurowind Energy. Photo: Eurowind

Danish project developer Eurowind Energy plans to install what will become the world's hydrogen plant with commissioning set for 2025.

Along with its two partners, the company aims to build a 350-MW electrolysis facility in Western Denmark and connect it to an attached subterranean depot capable of containing an energy volume corresponding to what can be stored in 2 million electric cars.

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