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Green Hydrogen unlocked | Brande Hydrogen

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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

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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Green Hydrogen unlocked   |  Brande Hydrogen

The determination of the wind industry pioneers to see beyond the immediate hurdles is inspirational. The challenges ahead when looking at how to scale green hydrogen production should not be allowed to compromise the importance of green hydrogen as the only viable alternative source of energy for hard-to-decarbonize sectors.

Brande Hydrogen test facility in Denmark is at the forefront of green hydrogen production, using an electrolyzer which can be powered either by the grid or directly by a wind turbine. The project allows us to test a range of options, including off-grid offshore, which has the potential to provide the industrial-scale volumes needed to achieve net zero.

The Brande project will inform our technology roadmap as we build our interest and capabilities in the entire green hydrogen production value chain. We are investing internally, talking to governments and regulators and are engaging across the entire ecosystem to advocate the importance of green hydrogen.

Many of the challenges which emerged at Brande Hydrogen – safety, partnerships, hardware and software, regulation and distribution – will also be relevant to the GW-scale plants of the future. The project’s importance in the development of the green hydrogen industry is already established, with further innovations to come. We are proud to be an early adopter of green hydrogen, and trust that the learnings shared in this paper will help to drive the industry forward, at scale and at speed.



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