Maersk, DFDS and DSV join forces to build hydrogen plant

Maersk, DFDS and DSV have joined forces with several other companies with a plan to build a hydrogen plant in Copenhagen. The plant will, among other things, supply green energy for ships.

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Maersk, DFDS, utility Ørsted, airline SAS and Copenhagen Airport plan to build a comprehensive hydrogen production facility in Copenhagen which will, in the future, supply trucks, ships and planes with green energy, according to a press release from DSV Panalpina.

“This ambitious partnership fits well with our long-term targets to reduce emissions and find sustainable solutions for our industry. We are proud to play a part. The transport sector is very important for Denmark but leaves a significant CO2 footprint and we are committed to finding ways to pave the road for a greener future. While this initiative is local, our long-term ambitions remain global," says Jens Bjørn Andersen, CEO, DSV Panalpina.

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