By Adnan Durakovic Ørsted and the multinational oil and gas major bp have agreed to jointly develop a potential large-scale renewable hydrogen project in Germany powered by offshore wind.
The project, which is expected to be operational in 2024, will comprise a 50 MW electrolyser system installed at bp’s Lingen Refinery in North West Germany.
The electrolyser, powered by an Ørsted North Sea offshore wind farm, will be capable of generating almost 9,000 tonnes of renewable hydrogen a year.
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