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Energinet and Gasunie publish pre-feasibility study on hydrogen infrastructure

A technical study for a H2 pipeline between Germany and Denmark has been published by Energinet and Gasunie Deutschland. The pre-feasibility study shows that a 350-450 km pipeline from Esbjerg or Holstebro in Denmark to Hamburg in Germany can be established in a stepwise approach by repurposing existing gas pipelines. Gasunie and Energinet want to unlock the export potential for green hydrogen from Denmark to demand centers in Germany.

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