Hydrogen is produced in Hobro, Denmark from water electrolysis
The HyBalance project tells the story of how hydrogen is produced in Hobro, Denmark from water electrolysis, enabling the storage of cheap renewable electricity from wind turbines and how this can help balance the grid and at the same time deliver green hydrogen for clean transportation and the industrial sector.
HyBalance is a project that demonstrates the use of renewable hydrogen in energy systems. The HyBalance project is one of several initiatives to help transform energy systems from fossil dependency to relying on renewable and local energy sources by utilising the potential of hydrogen.
The project is a technology showcase for sustainable development pathways in Europe. For this reason, HyBalance receives both European and Danish support through the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking and the Danish EUDPprogram.
The partners behind the project are: Air Liquide, Copenhagen Hydrogen Network (CHN), Hydrogenics, Neas Energy, Hydrogen Valley and Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik (LBST).
Hydrogen Valley partners in the project HyBalance together with other national and international partners. HyBalance demonstrates the link between energy storage in the form of hydrogen and the deployment of hydrogen mobility solutions. The project has received finding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking as well as the Danish EUDP program.