Hydrogen production analysis carried out on North Sea wind turbines

H2SEA and the Delft University of Technology have carried out a structural assessment on offshore hydrogen wind turbine generators (WTG) in the North Sea.

The project assessed monopile-based support structures for the offshore WTGs’ to see whether it was structurally feasible to perform hydrogen production.

The research aimed to define the differences in support structure geometry and assess the changes in the design of methodology of an offshore wind turbine support structure, such as a decentralised hydrogen production platform. For future developments, a 15MW reference turbine was selected for a water depth of 45m in the North Sea.

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