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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Aquaterra, Seawind to add 3.2 GW of floating wind to produce hydrogen in Italy.

HyMed, is currently in its first phase of permitting, with the grid connection and the environmental impact assessments well underway.

The partners expect to produce 3.2 GW of electricity from the project, of which more than 1 GW will be green hydrogen once production units are fully operational.

The wind and hydrogen offshore assets are planned to be developed and constructed by both Aquaterra Energy and Seawind in Italy, opening up thousands of qualified jobs, said the partners.

Aquaterra Energy will provide its offshore engineering and green hydrogen production expertise while Seawind will bring its multiyear expertise on floating offshore wind technology to drive the development forward.

The partners’ plan is to transport the green hydrogen onshore by pipeline or by vessels to global markets once the project is completed

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