The usage of green Hydrogen


HyBalance is a project that demonstrates the use of hydrogen in energy systems. The hydrogen will be produced from water electrolysis, enabling the storage of cheap renewable electricity from wind turbines. It will thus help balance the grid, and the green hydrogen will be used for clean transportation and in the industrial sector.

The project is a partnership between Air Liquide, CHN, Hydrogenics, LBST, Neas Energy and Hydrogen Valley.

The HyBalance project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking as well as the Danish ForskEL program, which is administered by

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How can we help balance the electrical grid and utilize “surplus” wind for generating new CO2 neutral energy sources? Production of Hydrogen for industries and transport might be one of the solutions.

The aim of the project Power2Hydrogen is to demonstrate answers to two of the energy sector’s major challenges in the transition to 100 percent renewable energy: The need to balance the electrical grid due to an increasing integration of electricity from fluctuating energy sources such as wind and solar, and the challenge of producing transportation fuels that can satisfy both the need for driving comfort and sustainability as well as being competitive from an economic point of view.

This will be done through the construction of a hydrogen production, which will demonstrate feasible load shifting and the possibility of balancing the electrical grid, while at the same time producing green hydrogen for high value markets such as transportation and industry.


The HyFlexDrive project aims at developing the next generation flexible and optimized fuel cell systems for forklifts.

The project will take an important step towards the commercialization of fuel cell systems for forklifts by developing a more reliable-, cost competitive- and flexible product.

The partners in the project are the Taiwanese company M-Field, Dantherm Power A/S, Aalborg University and CEMTEC.

The project was initiated in March 2015, and will be terminated in September 2017.

HyFlexDrive is funded by the Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP), who has granted 9.69 million DKK to the project.