Grimsby, UK selected for ‘marinised’ hydrogen development
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Grimsby, UK selected for ‘marinised’ hydrogen development

Grimsby, UK has been selected for a new megawatt-scale “marinised” electrolyser project.

ITM Power, Ørsted, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and Element Energy have all joined forces on the port town development that will look to combine an offshore wind turbine directly with an electrolyser and transport renewable energy to shore.

Project partners said the electrolyser system will be compact to allow for easy integration into a single offshore wind turbine. The electrolyser will also integrate desalination and water treatment processes so it can use seawater as a feedstock for electrolysis.

ITM will develop the electrolyser system and carry out the electrolyser trials.

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