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Why are you involved in CO2Vision?

CO2Vision has the potential to create green jobs and ensure green growth in the whole of North Jutland, when we must work together in a targeted manner with CO2 capture, use and storage as well as transport. We see CCUS as the potential and springboard for a new and burgeoning business adventure. With CO2Vision, we now have a unified and coordinated effort to strengthen and develop the work with CCUS, and we are proud to be a part of that.

In Green Hub Denmark, we work with green transition, sustainable business models, large-scale tests and demonstration projects as well as the presentation of green technologies. The goal is to create growth and employment in North Jutland, while at the same time we cooperate with the business community throughout Denmark and other parts of the world, to tackle the global climate challenges. In this way, the partnership contributes to the government's ambitious goal of reducing CO2 emissions by 70 percent by 2030, while via new and existing partnerships we create and attract more green jobs to North Jutland.

We were created to work purposefully to strengthen cooperation between new and existing companies and work to attract companies with green ambitions. We offer facilities and a public-private collaboration platform that enables testing and demonstration of green solutions – and this is exactly what we can unfold through CO2Vision through a strong partnership.

What do you offer as a partner in CO2Vision?

We are involved as part of the Regional Foundation, which is why we deal to a large extent with the strategic roadmap, test and demonstration sites as well as company guidance and investment. Overall, it must ensure that CCUS becomes a new business adventure that puts North Jutland not on the Danish map, but on the world map.

This is also in line with the fact that we at Green Hub Denmark work to form partnerships and build projects. Through everything from workshops to physical as well as online meetings, we are already in full swing with establishing networks that best support the realization of CO2Vision. In addition, we work purposefully to map analyzes and knowledge and contribute with knowledge on how we can best establish the necessary green infrastructure.

In addition, we are constantly in dialogue with a number of companies about how they can become suppliers for the green industry and products of the future. We are doing our part to ensure that green workplaces are created that extend far into the future.

Finally, we have an international aim, which must help to ensure that CO2Vision goes beyond Denmark's borders, so that our knowledge can come into play.

What do you expect to come out of having been part of CO2Vision?

After a successful phase 1, we are very much looking forward to being able to start phase 2. We have no doubt that CO2Vision can help create even more growth and, not least, test and demonstrate the green solutions of the future and show the way for green workplaces.

It is our clear vision that we leave our mark on a more coherent energy and resource system, where we have compiled an overview of existing point sources in all North Jutland municipalities.

A series of mini-lighthouses from Hobro to Hanstholm have already started, and we look forward to following the work with CO2 capture, use and storage, so that together we can turn CO2 into a valuable resource in the future. We look forward to helping to secure green jobs and growth throughout North Jutland.

CO2Vision is the joint effort across municipalities, business promotion actors and companies that can set the green course.

What has it given you to be part of CO2Vision?

We have seen what a strong partnership can do, and what we can do if we lift together. We use our input and access to the municipalities to create the framework for testing and demonstration. In Green Hub Denmark, we see CCUS as a business adventure that builds on North Jutland's strong positions within the blue, the green, the smart and the attractive. We are sure that with CO2Vision we can help ensure that North Jutland becomes the place you look to if you have ambitions when it comes to CO2 capture, use and storage.

The questions are answered by Michael Stie Laugesen, Project Manager at Green Hub Denmark.


Anders Brøndum Klein

Project manager

Telephone: 21 22 42 89


Mette Larsen

Communications consultant

Telephone: 25 20 15 68


About Green Hub Denmark

Green Hub Denmark strengthens cooperation between new and existing companies and works to attract companies with green ambitions. We offer facilities and a public-private collaboration platform that enables testing and demonstration of green solutions. In Green Hub Denmark, we want to make North Jutland the Silicon Valley for green transition.

Read more about Green Hub Denmark here.

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