In support of the Danish initiative to promote the production and development of green e-methanol, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group announced that it has joined hands with Circle K Denmark, Aalborg University, and Fonden Green Hub Denmark to collaborate on a 15-month test and demonstration trial for green e-methanol fuel and methanol vehicles in Denmark. Danish Minister for Transport Trine Bramsen, Aalborg municipal government representatives, and European media were invited to witness the first test runs of Geely methanol vehicles on Danish roads and visit the e-methanol production facility at Aalborg University.Geely Holding has provided two Geely Auto Emgrand methanol sedans and the world’s first M100 heavy truck to Danish partners as part of the long-term trial. The demonstration trial will support the promotion of green e-methanol and green mobility in Europe as well as preparations for the safe introduction of e-methanol fuel in the EU.Denmark has been a global leader in sustainability, and has pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 70% by 2030. While the country is one of the world’s largest producers of wind and solar renewable energy, it faces the issue of renewable energy being weather dependent and prone to fluctuation. Through Power to X, the conversion of renewable energy to other usable forms, green e-methanol is an optimal solution for Denmark to store excess renewable power, stabilize its national power grid, and produce a sustainable carbon neutral renewable fuel.The uses of green methanol for commercial shipping have already been pioneered by Danish shipping giant Maersk. Supporting green e-methanol to be used as marine fuel, Denmark has established a strong infrastructure foundation for the production, storage, and transport of methanol fuel. For testing and demonstration of methanol vehicles, Denmark is the best choice in the EU.Geely Holding is the largest developer and producer of methanol vehicles in the world. Its Geely Emgrand methanol sedan and Farizon M100 heavy truck have already been tested and passed the stringent “China VI” emissions standards. From well to wheel, Geely’s methanol vehicles allows for a 70% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to gasoline models.