Orsted to link huge offshore wind farm to hydrogen production


This photograph shows turbines at the Borkum Riffgrund 2 wind farm, which Orsted owns 50% of.

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Danish energy company Orsted wants to construct a large-scale offshore wind farm in the North Sea and link it to so-called “renewable” hydrogen production on the European mainland, with the project garnering support from several major industrial firms. 

Under the proposals, which were outlined on Wednesday, Orsted would develop a 2 gigawatt (GW) offshore wind facility and 1 GW of electrolyzer capacity, with the company claiming its plans would result in “one of the world’s largest renewable hydrogen plants to be linked to industrial demand.”



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