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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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Italy could be home to the world’s largest floating wind-powered hydrogen hub as early as 2027, following the signing of a deal today (Monday) between developer Aquaterra Energy and sector pioneer Seawind Ocean Technology to build a 3.2GW project in the Mediterranean.

The massive development planned, dubbed HyMed, would marry 1GW of dedicated green H2 generation – to be either transported by pipeline to shore or offloaded onto shuttle tankers – and 2.2GW of grid-exported power production from an undisclosed “ultra-deep water” site off the southern European country.

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