Nel and Doosan join Dolphyn project

Specialist hydrogen company Nel and South Korean multinational conglomerate Doosan have been selected by sustainability consultancy ERM to join the offshore green hydrogen project Dolphyn.

Nel’s proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser technology will be evaluated for use in the project, which is a first-of-its-kind innovative integrated floating sysem combining all of the technologies require to enable bulk scale hydrogen production from offshore wind in deep water.

The contract award covers assessment of the technology for use in an offshore environment on the Dolphyn semi-submersible 2MW platform, to be located off the coast of Aberdeen, and will be a world first application at this scale offshore.

“Nel’s leading technology and their experience of incorporating electrolysis on ships and submarines, together with Doosan’s world class engineering abilities around electrolyser integration make them an ideal partnership for this part of the project,” said David Caine, ERM Dolphyn Project Manager.

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