CIP to set up an artificial hydrogen island in Danish North Sea

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), a Danish energy investment company, has announced plans to develop an artificial hydrogen island in the Danish North Sea by 2030. The BrintØ hydrogen island will be used primarily for large-scale green hydrogen production from offshore wind. The project will be developed on the Danish part of Dogger Bank in the North Sea and will be connected to a 10 GW offshore wind power project. 

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