Everfuel Proposes 2GW Green Hydrogen Production Facility at Revsing Energy Park in Denmark

Everfuel has submitted a project proposal for the phased development of up to 2GW green production capacity at the Revsing Energy Park in Vejen, , under development by the municipality.

Named Project Frigg, the initiative could mark Everfuel's first large-scale production facility dedicated to hydrogen supply via to industrial customers in , pending approval by local authorities.

“We are excited to move ahead with the Frigg project which represents a significant expansion to the development of Denmark's hydrogen production infrastructure,” said Jacob Krogsgaard, founder and chief executive of Everfuel. “It will support local employment and create other positive ripple effects across the region, while also reducing CO2 emissions in Europe.”

Located near the Revsing transformer station and within the hydrogen backbone area, Frigg is planned to be scalable up to 2GW of electrolyser capacity. It aims to integrate with local renewable energy sources and district heating, facilitating sustainable energy production.

In May, Everfuel announced a Letter of Intent with a German industrial customer for the initial supply of up to 10,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year. Project Frigg is intended to serve as the primary supply source for this customer and future industrial offtakers in Germany.

The project aligns with Denmark's plans for hydrogen infrastructure development, strategically positioned at the intersection of the North-South and East-West hydrogen backbone, expected to be operational by 2028 according to , the Danish TSO.

Frigg also aims to collaborate with HySynergy for critical balancing and redundancy-supply functions, enhancing operational reliability and market responsiveness in hydrogen supply.


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