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Do offshore wind and hydrogen mix? Danes think so

The Danish PtX strategy

Photo by Nicholas Doherty on Unsplash
Video 1: Henrik Stiesdal EPO documentary (Source)
Figure 2: Photo by Waldemar Brandt on Unsplash
a 94 meter long integralblade being transported
Figure 3: A 94 meter long integralblade (Source)
Figure 4: A TetraSpar demonstration prototype assembled in a harbor being put to sea (Source)
Figure 5: Hysata’s hydrolysis technology synthesis (Source)
  1. At the base, renewable generation and energy storage with batteries powers a fuel switch from fossil fuels to electricity;
  2. Another tier deals with sectors that can fuel switch to electric energy but batteries can not power, like heavy transport;
  3. Finally, some sectors can not fuel-switch to electricity and need a renewable non-pollutant fuel, like the steel industry.
Figure 6: Energy storage technologies (Source, pg. 73)
Figure 7: Hydrogen projects status in Denmark (Source)



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Miguel Pacheco

Architect with scholarly background. Writing on the intersection of Buildings, Energy & Environment with People. Top writer in Energy and Transportation.