Everfuel to develop hydrogen station at Taulov Dry Port
The location supports Everfuel’s rollout of a reliable hydrogen infrastructure for heavy-duty transportation.
Everfuel and Taulov Dry Port agreed to build a hydrogen refuelling station outside Fredericia for heavy-duty vehicles.
The agreement will support the transition of the transport industry to greener fuels and assist in the decarbonisation of Denmark’s busiest transportation centre. The first 100,000 m2 of storage and logistics buildings were recently established, and the next 60,000 m2 section is under construction.
The partnership is a natural extension of the logistics centre and supportive of the Triangle Area’s vision of being a future hub for the production of green fuels. The Triangle Area is establishing itself as the new centre for green energy and PtX in Denmark.
Everfuel is currently building its initial PtX facility in Fredericia, which will produce the first green hydrogen later this year. The facility will provide green hydrogen to the station at Taulov Dry Port, providing logistic companies with a CO2-free fuel that is produced from renewable energy.
Taulov Dry Port was established in 2017 as a result of a joint venture between ADP A/S and PFA A/S. Taulov Dry Port is a multimodal transport and logistics centre close to Fredericia, with a central location close to the harbour, highway and railway. Taulov Dry Port has 900.000m2 of commercial land, which is being developed and prepared for project buildings and generic storage and logistics facilities.
Rune Rasmussen, CEO at ADP, said, “With Everfuel’s hydrogen station, Taulov Dry Port becomes a part of the Power-to-X value chain within hydrogen infrastructure. Several of our clients in Taulov Dry Port will soon be ready for the transition towards new green fuels such as hydrogen.”
Jesper Gemmer, CEO at Taulov Dry Port, commented, “Today, we are announcing the collaboration with Everfuel to establish Denmark’s largest hydrogen station as a part of Taulov Dry Port.”
Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO at Everfuel, added, “The area is already prepared to be scaled and expanded according to demand and the transition to fuel cell vehicles.”