DEME adds windfarm expertise to PosHYdon hydrogen pilot

Belgian energy service firm DEME Offshore is the latest partner to join PosHYdon, a pioneering pilot project aiming to create the first offshore hydrogen plant in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.

Part of the DEME Group, DEME Offshore joins as a partner and will provide the hydrogen unit for installation on the Neptune Energy-operated Q13a platform.

The pilot aims to integrate three energy systems in the North Sea: offshore wind, offshore gas and offshore hydrogen by producing hydrogen from seawater on the Q13a.

Lex de Groot, Managing Director of Neptune Energy in the Netherlands, said, “The integration of offshore energy systems requires new and unique expertise and we are therefore pleased with the entry of DEME Offshore as a partner.”

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