Located in Denmark’s Jutland region, the Green Hydrogen Hub will be the world’s first project to combine large-scale green hydrogen production and two different types of storage solutions for a state-of-the-art renewable energy system.
Energy storage solution
Denmark is already a front-runner in renewables but storage of energy from intermittent sources like wind and solar energy remains a challenge. At the Green Hydrogen Hub, energy will be converted into green hydrogen as well as stored in large underground salt caverns in the form of pressurized air, called ‘compressed air energy storage’, or CAES.
This will be a European flagship green energy project, accelerating the energy transition, promoting the deployment of hydrogen technologies globally, and establishing Europe as a leader in the cross-sectoral integration of renewable energy.