- May 20, 2022 9:08 am GMT
In raising the capacity of offshore wind production, there is potential for green hydrogen generation to radically be scaled up as a result.
With this, the countries have also set a new target for green hydrogen capacity sitting at 20GW by 2030 with plans to expand this figure further for 2050.
A crucial part of the agreement is the establishment of energy hubs along the North Sea. Here the countries are expected to explore ways to promote onshore and offshore production of green hydrogen including the necessary transmission and pipeline infrastructure and explore the possible synergies of cooperating on offshore hydrogen production and transmission. Join over 2000 sectoral professionals: Offshore Wind and Hydrogen
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