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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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German utility giant signs MoUs with operators over potential production, deployment and O&M facilities for major arrays off western Britain

The potential of the Celtic Sea between the western UK and Ireland means it is already the subject of a clutch of giant floating wind plans. As recently as last week partners Source Energie and ERM Dolphyn said the first phase of a 2.3GW wind-fuelled hydrogen complex could be in the water as soon as 2027.

The infrastructure needed to support a large-scale floating build-out is a key concern for the industry, given that west of the UK has seen far less fixed-bottom development than its North Sea coast and given the specific demands of floating wind.

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