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Eva Ravn Nielsen from Ramboll says that the switch to green hydrogen and electrofuels is starting now and will dominate from 2030 and onwards. She looks at storage and production options, and uses

On 14 june 2021, the plans for kickstarting the transition from fossil fuels to renewables of all shipping in the Baltic Sea region were announced. The new fuels may be green ammonia, methanol or hydrogen made from water electrolysis and powered by wind energy. The specific project, Bornholm Bunker Hub, aims at establishing infrastructure for fuel storage and bunkering, refurbishing vessels to run on new fuels and securing fuel supply either by local production or from external sources.

This project is quite typical for a green hydrogen project, in the sense that it will require new storage facilities and solutions for hydrogen or ammonia in large scale (centralised) at the port and in smaller scale (lo...

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