Ørsted's hydrogen project with Maersk and DFDS approved by EU

EU has provided Green Fuels for Denmark with the IPCEI (Important Projects of Common European Interest) stamp. The Ørsted project, which has Maersk and DFDS among its partners, can thereby receive significant state subsidization.

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Hydrogen project Green Fuels for Denmark, which aims to develop sustainable fuels for shipping and other sectors, has been given IPCEI (Important Projects of Common European Interest) status by the EU Commission.

The approval means that state subsidization can be provided for Green Fuels for Denmark, which is spearheaded by Ørsted in collaboration with a number of leading Danish companies within shipping, road transportation, and aviation.

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