Everfuel Proposes Major Green Hydrogen Project in Denmark to Support European Energy Transition

Everfuel A/S is excited to announce the submission of a project proposal for the Frigg project, aiming to develop up to 2 GW of green hydrogen production capacity at the Revsing Energy Park in Vejen, Denmark. If accepted by the municipality, Frigg would mark Everfuel’s inaugural large-scale production facility, strategically designed to supply hydrogen via pipeline directly to industrial customers in Germany.

The company has already secured land for Frigg’s development and is advancing feasibility studies to leverage the existing infrastructure. Located near the Revsing transformer station and within the emerging hydrogen backbone’s zone, Frigg offers the potential for expansion and direct integration with local renewable energy sources such as solar and wind, alongside local district heating benefits.

In May, Everfuel outlined its commitment through a Letter of Intent with a German industrial client to supply up to 10,000 tons of green hydrogen annually. The Frigg project is intended to be the primary source for this supply, as well as for other potential industrial off-takers.

Jacob Krogsgaard, founder and CEO of Everfuel, expressed enthusiasm for the project: “The Frigg project represents a significant step forward in developing Denmark’s hydrogen production infrastructure, fostering local employment and yielding other positive regional impacts while aiding in the reduction of CO2 emissions across Europe. It plays a crucial role in our commercial negotiations and our ongoing discussions with Danish authorities regarding pipeline capacity reservations.”

Strategically positioned on the “Lower T” of the hydrogen backbone, which connects North-South and East-West corridors, Frigg is poised for rapid scalability to meet market demand. The project is expected to interconnect with the Lower T-pipeline by 2028, as per plans by the Danish transmission system operator, Energinet. This connection is crucial for balancing and providing redundancy between Frigg and other facilities like HySynergy and Sif.

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Everfuel’s ambitious project aligns with its strategic goals as stated in the Q1 2024 report, and is supported by an analysis from Aurora Energy Research that highlights the competitive advantage of green hydrogen production in Denmark’s DK1 power zone in Jutland.

Everfuel remains committed to advancing the Frigg project and will continue to update stakeholders on significant developments. The realization of Frigg is contingent upon ongoing development progress and the approval from Vejen municipality.

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