Neptune Energy, RWE unveil major wind-to-hydrogen plans for the North Sea

Neptune Energy and RWE want to build an electrolyser capacity of approximately 300-350MW in the North Sea to produce hydrogen from offshore wind for use on land.

The duo today (Feb 15) unveiled the ambitious plans under the H2opZee project name, that hopes to kick-start the production and roll-out of hydrogen produced at sea in the Netherlands ahead of 2030.

Once produced, the hydrogen will then be transported via an existing pipeline which has a capacity of 10-12GW and is already suitable for green hydrogen, meaning there is no need to develop new infrastructure around the electrolyser site.

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