- Mar 18, 2020 11:02 am GMT
More news on this splendidly named project:
The British Government has committed £7.5 million to funding the next phase of Gigastack, a new project which will use electricity generated from the world’s largest offshore wind farm to produce renewable hydrogen.
The Gigastack project –a consortium of companies led by Danish offshore wind giant Ørsted and including ITM Power, Phillips 66 Limited, and Element Energy – is now entering its second phase, following the completion last year of the project’s initial feasibility phase which developed designs for a low-cost modular 5MW electrolyser ‘stack’.
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