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OX2 has initiated the development of the Neptunus offshore energy hub in the southern Baltic Sea estimated total installed capacity of 1.9 GW.

OX2 already screened and conducted surveys in the area during the last two years and during winter conducted consultations where authorities and the public have been informed and have been given the opportunity to submit comments.

The next step is to compile an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) which is expected to be submitted during 2023-2024. The offshore energy hub could be in operation in the early 2030s.


Hydrogen is expected to play a key role as an energy carrier in the future energy system, OX2 said, as it can be used to store, transport, and supply energy as well as be converted to other e-fuels.

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