Lhyfe, Flexens, Stockholm University initiate BOxHy project

Lhyfe, Flexens and Stockholm University’s DEEP have established the Baltic Sea Oxygenation and the Super Green Hydrogen Economy project (BOxHy).

The three organisations will aim to tackle the lack of oxygen in the marine environment in the Baltic Sea by injecting oxygen through the production of offshore hydrogen, utilising water electrolysis.

Through this, pure oxygen below the pycnocline could, in conjunction with external nutrient input limitation, eliminate anoxia in the Baltic Sea. The project will evaluate suitable offshore locations for conducting a pilot study of the reoxygenation of marine ecosystems via oxygen co-produced during electrolysis.

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