- Jun 26, 2021 7:12 am GMT
Floating wind and hydrogen
The Dolphyn project, due to become the world’s first floating green hydrogen development off Aberdeen, has moved its schedule to get to commercial deployment more quickly.
Developer Environmental Resources Management (ERM) confirmed to Energy Voice that it has now “moved away” from its first stage concept, a small 2MW prototype, instead planning to kick-off with a “full-scale” 10MW unit.
As a result, the final investment decision (FID) for the first phase has moved from this year to the end of 2022.
ERM said the progression to a 10MW unit means they will be looking to get to a commercial development of between 100-300MW “up to two years earlier than previously planned”.
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