Everfuel eyes up to 2 GW of green hydrogen production in Denmark

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

Courtesy of Everfuel

If included by the municipality, the so-called Frigg project is set to become Everfuel’s first large-scale production facility dedicated to hydrogen supply via pipeline to industrial customers in Germany.

The company has secured land for the build-out of Frigg and is now continuing development and feasibility work to secure access to the available infrastructure for the project.

According to Everfuel, Frigg is planned to be expandable up to 2 GW of electrolyzer capacity with potential direct connection to greenfield local renewable energy production from solar and wind developed by Everfuel or partners, as well as integration with local district heating.

In May 2024, Everfuel announced a Letter of Intent (LoI) with an undisclosed German industrial customer for the initial supply of up to 10,000 tons of green hydrogen per year, and project Frigg is the intended supply source for this German customer as well as for other future industrial off-takers.

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

“Frigg is a key enabler for our commercial discussions with our LoI-partner and other industrial customers in Germany. The project is also an important element in the dialogue with the Danish authorities regarding Everfuels indicated pipeline capacity reservations.”

To note, Frigg is located on the Lower T-pipeline, specifically in the intersection between the North-South and East-West hydrogen backbone, which is expected to be the first section to be built and operational by 2028 as announced by the Danish TSO Energinet. The company’s HySynergy hydrogen production plant is also expected to be connected to the Lower T-pipeline.

Everfuel said the company is committed to advancing the Frigg project and will keep the stakeholders informed of any significant developments as they arise.