Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) has been selected as electrolysis technology partner in a demonstration project run by Ørsted, and supported by the Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) under the Danish Energy Agency.
The aim of the project, known as H2RES, is to produce renewable hydrogen fuel for heavy-duty road transport. A 2 MW electrolysis plant will be built around GHS’s modular electrolysers powered by two 3.6 MW offshore wind turbines located at the Avedøre Power Station.
The plant is expected to start production in late 2021, and to produce around 1000 kg of green hydrogen per day, which will be used to fuel road transport in Greater Copenhagen and on Zealand.
“The H2RES project with Ørsted and consortium partners is a major opportunity to demonstrate how our electrolysis transforms green power to green hydrogen. Ørsted is leading the way in this field, and we are thrilled to be chosen as their electrolysis partner for this project, which will solve one of the big challenges in the green transformation, namely, to convert wind power into green fuel for road transport.”GHS CEO Sebastian Koks Andreassen.