A.P. Møller Holding injects EUR 20 million into hydrogen firm

A.P. Møller Holding invests EUR 20 million in company Green Hydrogen Systems, which is specialized in producing sustainable hydrogen, writes Børsen. A.P. Møller Holding sees hydrogen as an important part of the future energy mix.

Photo: Lasse Hyldager/Green Hydrogen Systems

Danish electrolysis system manufacturer Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) has just been further capitalized with a combined sum of EUR 28 million injected by A.P Møller Holding, which has laid the largest figure with EUR 20 million ventured through a convertible loan that can later be swapped with equity shares, reports Danish business daily Børsen.

Although the hydrogen company's majority shareholder, Nordic Alpha Partners, is also putting another EUR 7 million into GHS, while Norlys is laying EUR 1 million into the pot.

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