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Minister for Climate visited HØST
The development of HØST PtX Esbjerg and also the future hydrogen pipeline that is to connect Denmark to Germany was on the agenda, when Lars Aagaard visited the west coast.
Waste water turned into asset in green hydrogen production
The planned PtX plants in the municipality of Esbjerg will be able to utilize large volumes of waste water in their hydrogen production. Local utility company, DIN Forsyning, H2 Energy Esbjerg and HØST PtX Esbjerg recently signed a development agreement to further mature the technical solution needed.
HØST in project about citizen engagement
HØST PtX Esbjerg has a strong focus on local engagement and has signed up for a new research project at the University of Copenhagen (KU) focusing on best practices for involving local communities in green transition projects.
Finnish Ambassador visited the HØST project
The Finnish Ambassador in Denmark, Harri Kämäräinen, paid Esbjerg a visit on a beautiful spring day to learn more about the upcoming PtX industry, which is centered around the Energy Metropolis.
Crowd-pulling panel debate on green maritime fuels
The green fuels of the future for the maritime sector were up for debate at House of Offshore Innovation, and key Danish industry players predicted great opportunities for the Danish west coast
Monjasa / HØST partnership to promote green marine fuels availability in Northwest Europe
One of Europe’s largest green ammonia facilities accelerates the green shipping transition through new logistics and offtake collaboration agreement with Monjasa.
HØST signs grid connection agreement
HØST PtX Esbjerg has signed a grid connection agreement with Danish TSO Energinet. This will ensure more flexibility in the future electric grid, and at the same time it marks a milestone for one of Denmark’s largest PtX plants.
South-Korean delegation visits HØST
South-Korean politicians and the country’s Ambassador in Denmark paid a visit to learn more about Power-to-X and offshore wind.
Study proposes to use waste water for Power-to-X
A sustainable production is essential to us at HØST PtX Esbjerg. Currently we are exploring the possibility of using waste water as our primary water resource. The magazine “Waste water” covered the topic in their October ’22 issue.
Danish fertilizer consortium plans to offtake green ammonia
With the establishment of Green Fertilizer Denmark, Denmark is one step closer to the realization of a national and climate-friendly fertilizer production based on green ammonia. HØST PtX Esbjerg is thrilled to play a key role in this ambitious initiative which will strengthen security of supply and accelerate the green transition.
Austria gets ready for Power-to X
The Austrian ambassador to Denmark, Dr. Alice Irvin, visited HØST PtX Esbjerg together with a group of Austrian parliamentarians. The purpose was to learn more about Power-to-X.
Norwegian ambassador visits Høst
The interest in the Power-to-X technology extends far beyond Danish borders. Last week Norway's ambassador, visited HØST PtX Esbjerg while touring the EnergyMetropolis.
National PtX agreement passed
On 15 March the Danish government reached a broad agreement regarding a Power-to-X (PtX) strategy. For the HØST PtX Esbjerg project it means that yet another piece of the puzzle has fallen into place supporting the project’s ambition to deliver green energy to Esbjerg and Denmark by 2026.
Germany gets ready for Power-to-X
On January 24th the German ambassador in Denmark, Pascal Hector, paid a visit to CIPs office in Esbjerg to learn more about Power-to-X and the HØST PtX Esbjerg project
Opening reception at Esbjerg office
On November 12, we officially celebrated the opening of our lovely HØST project office beautifully situated by the old docks at the port of Esbjerg. The reception was attended by business partners and local suppliers who have helped us getting the office up and running.
Sustainability and PtX - CIP hosts roundtable talk
Under the heading of ‘Green transition,’ the Social Liberal Party and CIP/HØST PtX Esbjerg, last week hosted a political roundtable discussion in Esbjerg with input from the local energy industry.
Minister for Climate paid a visit to HØST PtX Esbjerg
On Friday 27 August, The Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities, Dan Jørgensen, paid a visit to the newly established HØST project office and future site location in Esbjerg, Denmark.