ABB, Lhyfe and Skyborn to work on major green hydrogen project in Sweden

ABB, Lhyfe and Skyborn are to collaborate on SoutH2Port, billed as one of Europe’s most ambitious renewable hydrogen projects.

The project is to be located in close proximity to Skyborn’s 1GW offshore wind farm Storgrundet in Söderhamn, Sweden, where Skyborn and Lhyfe recently entered a sales purchase agreement with Stora Enso for an industry property of around 40 hectares.

When fully operational, SoutH2port is expected to produce about 240 tonnes of hydrogen per day, with an installed capacity of 600MW, making it one of the largest suppliers of renewable hydrogen in Europe.

Brandon Spencer, President of ABB Energy Industries, said, “This collaboration is a key part of our strategy in both the hydrogen and offshore wind markets. Creating a seamless supply chain, through partnerships such as these, is essential to accelerate the energy transition. Hydrogen plays a crucial role in helping achieve the world’s climate goals when it comes to decarbonizing the industrial and transportation sectors.”

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