Sector integration and proactive sustainable transitions

We envision the Triangle Area as the North European centre of green and sustainable energy production for transport sector and household and industry consumption.

The green energy and sustainable fuel market needs a jolt. Close collaborations between private sector companies, municipalities and state on large scale demonstration projects gives us valuable experience that leeds to affordable product price and demonstrate consumer and societal value.

There are ideal prerequisites in the Triangle Area to establish such close collaborations, and the existing 28 partnership members share ambitious objectives that align common purposes by integrating infrastructure systems, knowledge, technologies, and organisations.

Power-to-X is highly valued and prioritized in the Danish Climate Agreement of 2020 and municipal climate action strategies, and the European Union is working towards sector integration initiatives, which pinpoints the significance of current hydrogen production in the Triangle Area.

The specific aim of our collaboration is to establish even more Power-To-X production facilities in industrial scale in the seven municipalities of the Triangle Area.

Power production from sustainable sources will be refined through the process of electrolysis to be stored as green fuels, for instance green hydrogen, e-methanol, green aviation fuels, or even green fertilizers for the farming industry.

The potential for sustainable change is enormous and plausible in the pursuit towards a truly carbon neutral society that lives up to the goal of the Paris Agreement to stay below a global temperature increasement of 1,5-2 degrees celsius.

The TEA partnership has agreed to actively evolve and refine:

  • sustainable production of electricity
  • electrolysis and green hydrogen production
  • carbon capture and utilization based on green carbon sources from biogas facilities, heat and power production on sustainably sourced biomass and green residual fractions from farming and forestry industry
  • use of surplus heat from – among other processes, electrolysis, which improves the economic business cases through the value chain
  • green gas and green liquid fuels
  • demand chain of green e-fuels in shipping, aviation, road cargo, and industry in the Danish centre of logistics and transport sector, for instance with test and demonstrational projects.
  • international export of green energy and fuels