Ocean-REFuel project to explore offshore wind and marine renewable energy for hydrogen and ammonia production

The University of Strathclyde has revealed a new £10m ($13.74m) project today (July 23) aiming to unlock the potential of harnessing offshore wind and marine renewable energy to produce zero carbon hydrogen and ammonia fuels.

The University will lead the multi-disciplinary Ocean-REFuel: Ocean Renewable Energy Fuels project which will explore ways of converting ocean energy into fuels for use in heating, energy storage and difficult to decarbonise transport applications.

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