Plans for the second phase of a green hydrogen plant in Denmark have made progress, as a long-term agreement has been signed between Everfuel and Crossbridge Energy. Hydrogen Industry Leaders looks at the agreement and how it is an important step towards scaling up electrolyser capacity to 300MW.
The agreement outlines terms for hydrogen supply from the first stage of Everfuel’s HySynergy Phase II Power-to-x facility in Fredericia, Denmark, with the intention of cleaning up Crossbridge Energy’s refinery operations.
Hoped to reduce 500,000 tonnes of carbon emissions from the mobility sector and industry, the second phase of HySynergy is planned to be operational in 2025.
Commercial terms for the initial stage of the facility have been set out by the partners and will see the terms developed in three stages – A, B ad C, each offering 100MW of electrolysis capacity.
Developments of stage A are hoped to have a production capacity of up to 40 tonnes of green hydrogen per day, which is said to be used at Crossbridge Energy’s refinery for more sustainable fuel production, as well as a zero emission fuel for mobility and industry.