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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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Norwegian energy firm Equinor, with its partners RWE, Shell, and Gasunie signed a declaration of intent to further intensify their collaboration on the AquaSector project -  which aims to build Germany's first large-scale offshore hydrogen park.

The project's goal is to demonstrate that in Germany offshore-based hydrogen production enables an efficient, cost-effective, and sustainable way to produce green hydrogen.

The AquaSector project intends to install approx. 300 megawatt (MW) electrolyzer capacity to produce up to 20,000 tons per year of green hydrogen offshore. The green hydrogen is planned to be transported via a pipeline, called AquaDuctus, to Heligoland starting in 2028.

The partners see the AquaSector project also as a ‘proof of concept‘ for the realization of the AquaVentus vision of producing up to 10 gigawatts of green hydrogen offshore by 2035 and transporting it via an extended pipeline to mainland Germany.

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