Energinet invites stakeholders to a user group meeting with focus on Danish hydrogen infrastructure in a European con-text on 3 May 2022 at Energinet, Erritsø

Following the political agreement on Power-to-X (PtX) reached on 15 March 2022 Energinet will initiate a study looking into Danish hydrogen infrastructure (pipelines and storage) enabling flexibility for large scale hydrogen production and exports.  

The study will assess the potential for establishing a hydrogen infrastructure and market through analysis of viability, stakeholder interest and socioeconomic rationality in the context of decarbonization in Europe and value creations in Danish production and utilization of PtX.

The high political ambitions for utilizing the Danish onshore and offshore renewable energy potential and placing Denmark as a net exporter of green energy will require infrastructure for large scale transport and storage of hydrogen. The PtX agreement emphasizes the need for taking the first step towards a national hydrogen infrastructure that can promote exports to countries such as Germany. To be well prepared, Energinet has already initiated a dialog with German partners about expanding the ongoing cooperation in preparations for hydrogen infra-structure between Denmark and Germany.  

As a stakeholder to a Danish hydrogen infrastructure, Energinet invites you to join us and share your perspectives on different infrastructure solutions and opportunities. Moreover, we look forward to discussing solutions that could bring us closer to realizing the Danish PtX potential through good and timely infrastructure solutions.

The draft program:
Welcome | Thomas Egebo, President and CEO Energinet
Introduction to the day | Stine Grenaa Jensen, Vice President, Energinet
The Danish PtX agreement| Rasmus Munch Sørensen, Head of Division Centre for Sys-tems Analysis, Danish Energy Agency
Infrastructure developments in a Danish and European context | tbc, Energinet
Next steps | Stine Grenaa Jensen, Vice President, Energinet

The user group meeting will take place on 3 May 2022 from 12.30-15.30 at Energinet’s head office, Tonne Kjærsvej 65, 7000 Fredericia. You are welcome to join us for lunch at 12.00.

You register for the event here. Please indicate in the registration if you will come for lunch

We look forward welcoming you to a fruitful dialogue and to learn more about your perspec-tives on what is needed in terms of infrastructure to establish large scale hydrogen production and export in Denmark. If you have any questions or suggestions for important topics that we need to cover, please do not hesitate to contact Tine Lindgren ( /+45 23 33 87 15). 

Registration Deadline
28 April 2022 at 04.00 PM
3 May 2022
12.30 PM-03.30 PM
Tonne Kjærsvej 65, DK-7000 Fredericia