- Sep 7, 2021 3:15 pm GMT
An innovative marinised electrolyser system, designed to form part of a turbine, will be developed at Royal Dock - while the potential to use pipelines to transport hydrogen to shore will also be explored.
The OYSTER electrolyser system will be designed to be compact, to allow it to be integrated with a single offshore wind turbine, and to follow the turbine’s production profile. Furthermore, the electrolyser system will integrate desalination and water treatment processes, making it possible to use seawater as a feedstock for the electrolysis process.
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