Hydrogen power for UK Viking Link construction site

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By Adis Ajdin Siemens Energy, lead contractor for the construction of National Grid’s Viking Link interconnector project in Lincolnshire, has installed a zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell to provide off grid power to the project’s construction site for the first time.

Off grid power is necessary as this site won’t have a grid connection for at least six to eight months, and the fuel cell system will provide enough heat and power for the construction village during that time, removing the need for diesel generators.

The installation of the hydrogen fuelled critical power system took place in August and will provide 250kVA of standard

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