GreenLab Skive

GreenLab Skive is a green and circular industrial park, a technology enabler and a research facility located in Denmark.GreenLab is the green energy park of the future for companies that want to contribute to the green transition. Here,sustainable energy is generated and supplied to the park’s companies in the form that suits them best. The energy is thentransformed into heat, electrofuels, and other green products. In the energy park, everything is connected by theSymbiosisNet – an intelligent network of energy and data that in the future will enable companies to share their surplus energy and resources. GreenLab is leading work packages 5, 8 and 10, which aims to facilitate the work necessary to plan and prepare the physicalsite activities, including the actual plans and necessary approvals. GreenLab also addresses the business plan for the project,including investment and funding and will support the replication of the project model. Besides this, GreenLab will also hostthe coordination and management of GreenHyScale to ensure optimal utilisation of resources and reach the objectivesdefined.

Green Hydrogen Systems

Green Hydrogen Systems is a leading provider of standardised and modular electrolysers for the production of green hydrogen solely based on renewable energy. With its wide range of possible applications, green hydrogen plays a key role in the ongoing fundamental shift in our energy systems towards a net-zero emission society in 2050. Founded in 2007 and building on more than 10 years of technology development, Green Hydrogen Systems today has a commercially proven and cost-competitive electrolysis technology endorsed by leading energy companies.

Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) will develop, manufacture, install and test our first 6 MW high-efficiency pressurised alkaline water electrolyser module at GreenLab Skive. After testing, minor adjustments, and validation, GHS will deliver a commercial 100 MW electrolyser installation targeting new PtX applications developed with project partners. GHS will develop and test an enhanced version of the 6 MW module targeting off-shore wind-based PtX applications. GHS participates in most work packages.

Energy Cluster Denmark

Energy Cluster Denmark is Denmark’s cluster organization for the entire energy sector.  Energy Cluster Denmark contributes to accelerating the green transition and CO2 reduction by developing new world-leading technological solutions across energy areas and through sector coupling. We see wind, gas, district heating, and electricity as common, supportive preconditions for each other in the energy system of the future. That is why we work for synergy and technological development across all energy areas in close dialogue with our 400 members.

Energy Cluster Denmark is leading WP9, the dissemination and exploitation of the project results.  Developing and demonstrating a compact 100MW green hydrogen production plant based on alkaline electrolyser will be a significant step towards an integrated energy system based on renewable energy.  Disseminating the results will be key to accelerate the shift towards a decarbonated society.

Energy Cluster Denmark has further roles in WP1, WP2, and WP8.



Lhyfe produces and supplies green and renewable hydrogen for use in the transport sector and industry, onshore and offshore. Its production sites make it possible to source renewable hydrogen in industrial quantities. In order to generate renewable and ecological hydrogen, Lhyfe deploys building-block solutions that directly connect to natural renewable sources of energy, like wind power, photovoltaic energy, hydraulic power, solid biomass energy, biogas, etc. Lhyfe has also entities in Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, in the Netherlands and in Spain.

LHYFE is the leader of two Work packages in the GreenHyscale project. LHYFE is in charge of developing the control system of the electrolysis plant. This is in line with the key-competences of LHYFE as integrator with a strong focus on developing internal control system enabling an efficient and flexible operation of the electrolysers. LHYFE also oversees operating the 100MW plant. LHYFE is also the investor and owner of the plant after the project. The key objective of LHYFE is to produce and sell hydrogen. LHYFE also participates in other work packages sharing experiences and learned lessons, business modelling and market opportunities as well as exploitation and replicability potential.


Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Siemens Gamesa is a global leader in the wind power industry, with a strong presence in all facets of the business: offshore, onshore and services. The company’s advanced digital capabilities and innovative WTG solutions enable it to offer one of the broadest product portfolios in the sector, as well as industry-leading services solutions. With more than 120 GW installed worldwide, Siemens Gamesa manufactures, installs, and maintains wind turbines, both onshore and offshore.


Siemens Gamesa will collaborate with Green Hydrogen Systems on the development, manufacturing, testing, and technical studies related to the GreenHyScale 7.5-MW high-pressure electrolyzer module.

Equinor Energy

Equinor is a global energy company with more than 21,000 employees and 50 years’ offshore engineering experience. It provides the technological backbone of the offshore oil and gas industry worldwide. Equinor is on a journey towards net zero emissions through optimising its oil and gas portfolio, accelerating its growth in renewables and pioneering developments in both carbon capture and hydrogen technology.

Equinor is leading WP1: Experience from hydrogen demonstration projects and requirements for upscaling, and actively participating in 17 tasks within all 10 WPs. Equinor’s team is highly motivated to work with both the coordinator & all partners of GreenHyScale.

Technical University of Denmark

Denmark’s Technical University (DTU) is a top Nordic technical university, delivering Technology for People. Many of the departments therefore revolve around use cases and not around disciplines.

DTU’s Department of Wind and Energy Systems supports the prototypes from the academic perspective.

In GreenHyScale, DTU supports the integration into the SymbiosisNet, in particular from the electrical side, including integration of the wind and solar power conditions. In addition, DTU will investigate offshore adaptations, work on business models and public acceptance, study the life cycle of the technology developed during the project, and discuss the replicability of its results.

Imperial College London

Imperial College London is a world top ten university with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. The department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering supports multi-disciplinarity and collaboration. The department targets both the fundamental advances and the practical applications of science and technology to address some of the greatest challenges of the future. One of the core topic is related to the development of new advanced optimization tools related to control, operation, resilience, planning and economics of future low carbon energy systems.

Imperial College London (ICL) will lead WP7 on Environment, societal, economic, and policy assessments. ICL will be responsible for the techno-economic assessments as well as the alkaline electrolyser environmental impact, and for the analysis of barriers for largescale deployment of the technology and policy recommendations. ICL will actively take part in optimising the delivery of grids services at the demonstration site and study the ability of alkaline electrolysers to provide such services.


Everfuel is making green hydrogen for zero emission mobility commercially available across Europe, offering competitive all-inclusive hydrogen supply-and fuelling solutions. We own and operate green hydrogen infrastructure and partner with vehicle OEMs to connect the entire hydrogen value chain and seamlessly provide hydrogen fuel to enterprise customers under long-term contracts.

We are a young ambitious company, headquartered in Herning, Denmark, and with activities in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, and an ambition to grow across Europe.

In the GreenHyScale project, Everfuel will be dedicating key experts within hydrogen production and distribution, as well as zero emission transportation market expertise, to contribute to the joint technological innovation efforts from a market and value chain perspective.

In addition, Everfuel will conduct in-depth analyses and gap analyses of the value chain TCO perspectives and market adaptation potential of the ongoing technical innovations.


Quantafuel is a technology-based recycling company that aims to drive a sustainable future by turning waste into valuable products. Quantafuel converts plastic waste back into low-carbon synthetic oil products replacing virgin oil products. Quantafuel establishes, operates and owns dedicated plastic-to-liquid (PtL) plants and has plans to establish several plants throughout Europe and beyond. The company has around 90 employees with headquarters in Oslo and is listed on Euronext Growth.

Quantafuel participates in the GreenHyScale project as a potential consumer of green Hydrogen to be utilised in the Plastic-to-Liquid process. Quantafuel has a production site in GreenLab Skive plot that will be a local off-taker in the GreenHysScale pilot plant. Quantafuel will contribute also to investigating the Hydrogen off-take market.


Since 1997, Euroquality supports technological and methodological innovation within all organisations active in R&D (SMEs, industries, research centres, NGOs, universities etc). Its consultancy mission is to help its clients to position themselves within innovative collaborative projects mainly funded by the European Commission (Horizon Europe, H2020, LIFE, Erasmus+ etc) in cooperation with international partners by performing the setting-up and management of their projects. Euroquality has today an ever-growing network of excellence partners.

Within GreenHyScale, Euroquality will be supporting the project Coordinator, GreenLab Skive, in managing the project by developing specific day-to-day management and financial follow-up tools. In addition, Euroquality will be responsible, together with Energy Cluster Denmark, of the communication and dissemination activities related to the GreenHyScale project, by managing in particular social media accounts and the project website.