Ørsted starts construction of first green H2 project

The H2RES project is now in the process of being established at Avedøre Holme in the southwest outskirts of Greater Copenhagen.

Photo: Martin Lehmann/Politiken

Ørsted breaks ground today on its first renewable hydrogen project, writes the utility and points out that Danish Minister of Climate, Energy and Utilities Dan Jørgensen has initiated excavation work at the H2RES project, set to commission in late 2021.

H2RES will have a production capacity rating of 2 MW and will be located at Ørsted's existing power station site at Avedøre Holme southwest of Greater Copenhagen.

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