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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen business advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global offshore wind business advice, problem solving and training: ...

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Hydrogen shipping 

Energy transition shipping outfit Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has unveiled plans to build a giga-scale solar-powered hydrogen production facility on the Tiwi Islands, off Australia’s Northern Territory in the Timor Sea.

The so-called Tiwi Hydrogen Project (TWP) would start as a 500MW plant and be expanded in stages to 2.8GW, to ultimately produce some 100,000 tonnes of green hydrogen a year for export around Asia Pacific using a fleet of specially designed ’compressed H2’ shuttle tankers.

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