Ørsted takes FID on Danish hydrogen project

The Danish utility has taken its final investment decision for pilot project H2RES to make hydrogen from offshore wind power and water.

Photo: PR Ørsted

As early as later this year, the first batch of green hydrogen made from offshore wind power and water will be produced on site at the Avedøre power plant on the outskirts of Copenhagen.

The facility, whose electrolysis equipment is being supplied by Danish company Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS), will achieve 2 MW in production capacity, capable of making up to 1,000 kilograms of H2 daily. The plan is to use the fuel for local road transportation.

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