European Energy plans green energy revolution at Danish fishing port

The project developer wants to supply fishing port Hanstholm with renewable fuels, making the harbor the first of its kind on the continent to achieve climate neutrality. Plans first and foremost entail establishing a PtX facility for making green hydrogen for use in e-methanol production.

Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

At and around the Port of Hanstholm, the site of Denmark's largest fish auction, maritime history is a part of everything. In the future, however, the harbor will also be known for hosting more than the thousands of tonnes of fish caught every year in the North Sea.

The vision is for Hanstholm to become Europe's first CO2 fishing port, and that's why the harbor has allied itself with compatriot renewables developer European Energy, which has just signed letter of intent to establish a Power-to-X facility for making hydrogen for use in production of e-methanol.

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