Lhyfe and DORIS want to develop what they say will be the first floating wind turbine for integration with a hydrogen production system, as they look to develop viable offshore green hydrogen production solutions to support a clean energy transition.
The duo today (Nov 29) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to become official partners for the effort which hopes to also identify larger-scale opportunities for offshore hydrogen production.
To do this, the partnership will utilise Lhyfe’s Nerehyd™ solution which incorporates a hydrogen production facility into the floater of a wind turbine. Already, this solution is producing hydrogen at the company’s Bouin production site in Vendée, France.
Matthieu Guesné, CEO and founder of Lhyfe, added, “We are delighted to be moving forward on our projects with DORIS. At Lhyfe, the reason we located our first production site near the ocean was to start producing in offshore conditions, because from day one we have been certain of one thing: offshore is the key to the massive development of renewable hydrogen.
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