SGN working on world’s first offshore wind-powered hydrogen heating project

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By Adrijana Buljan The UK gas network operator SGN has launched a project that will be world-first to employ a direct supply of offshore wind power to produce green hydrogen energy for heating.

The project will start with heating around 300 homes in Fife, Scotland, using clean gas produced by an electrolysis plant, powered by the offshore wind turbine at Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult’s Levenmouth site.

Wood has been hired for services on the preliminary engineering design for SGN’s candidate site at Machrihanish, on the west coast of Scotland, as part of the project, named Hydrogen 100 (H100) .

The company worked on the project

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