On the morning of Monday, April 4, 2022, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark accompanied by the Minister of Climate, Energy and Supply, Mr. Dan Jørgensen, visited Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (Technical University of Denmark, DTU) in Lyngby.
According to the Danish royal court, the purpose of today’s visit was to “…gain insight into the current, Danish green energy research…” and solutions that will push for Denmark’s green transition.
During today’s visit, The Crown Prince and Mr. Jørgensen were given a tour of the DTU campus and its laboratories. In one of the labs, Professor Jacob Østergaard and Professor Marie Münster gave a presentation on “…digital energy systems in the control room of PowerLabDK, while Professor Tejs Vegge talked about batteries in DTU’s Electric Car Laboratory.”
Thereafter, Associate Professor Philip Fosbøl informed The Crown Prince and Mr. Jørgensenabout the university’s CO2 capture plant located in the PILOT PLANT, a 700 m2 experimental hall with laboratories and workshops.
The tour ended with a presentation of the Power-to-X technology by Professor Peter Vesborg.