DAT, Everfuel and Universal Hydrogen have today announced a collaborative agreement to transform regional aviation in Denmark by enabling completely zero-emissions flight using clean hydrogen by the end of 2025. The three companies will combine their respective expertise in flight operations, hydrogen fuel production, and hydrogen logistics and aircraft propulsion to bring into service hydrogen-powered ATR 72-600 regional aircraft on DAT routes in Denmark, with the goal of converting all of DAT’s domestic flights to true zero emission flights by 2030. DAT A/S is an experienced regional operator transporting close to one million passengers annually within Denmark and to destinations across Europe. It plans to use ATR 72s converted using Universal Hydrogen technology. These aircraft will accommodate 56 passengers following conversion to hydrogen. Universal Hydrogen will also provide fuel services to supply green hydrogen produced by Everfuel using modular capsules without needing changes to existing airport infrastructure. Everfuel, an energy production and distribution company based in Herning, Denmark, will produce the green hydrogen for the partnership using renewable energy at its first power-to-X (PtX) plant in Fredericia. Universal Hydrogen is building a hydrogen logistics network to fuel the future of aviation today. The collaborative effort between the three companies follows the Government of Denmark’s request for tender to develop zero-emission commercial flights in Denmark.