EMEC to explore hydrogen supply chains in Scotland and France

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) will explore opportunities for floating offshore wind and hydrogen supply chains in Scotland and France as part of a new contract awarded by the Scottish Government.

EMEC today (10th Feb) announced that it will partner with French engineering firm INNOSEA and London-based Renewables Consulting Group (RCG) to carry out research for the project to understand the technical status of floating wind and hydrogen in the locations.

Once the research stages are complete, the group will then evaluate the technical status of the floating wind and hydrogen production components and systems, accounting for the impacts of the policy context and innovation programme landscape in the two nations.

The consortium is also tasked with engaging directly with floating wind and hydrogen supply chain companies to seek feedback on existing collaboration successes as well as identify opportunities to facilitate further joined up thinking and cross-border activity.

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