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Everfuel starts installing Europe’s biggest electrolyser

Facility expected online in mid-2022 with green hydrogen production and storage capacity adjacent to Fredericia refinery

Danish renewables company Everfuel has started construction of a 20MW electrolyser adjacent to the Fredericia refinery in the central Jutland area of Denmark after receiving final building permits. The electrolyser forms phase one of the HySynergy project and will be the largest in Europe when it comes online in mid-2022, according to Everfuel. The facility, powered by renewable energy, will have a production capacity of about 8t/d of green hydrogen and will have 10t of storage capacity. Phase two of the HySynergy project will see the development of a 300MW electrolyser and power-to-X facility, also adjacent to the 68,000bl/d Fredericia refinery, which Shell sold to private investment com



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