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Strohm, Siemens Gamesa to explore TCP pipelines for subsea hydrogen transport from offshore wind

Strohm, Siemens Gamesa to explore TCP pipelines for subsea hydrogen transport from offshore wind

A new memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between Strohm and Siemens Gamesa that aims to introduce subsea pipeline infrastructure to transport hydrogen produced from offshore wind.

By pooling the knowledge of two industry leaders in their respective fields, the project could be a huge boost to both the capabilities of producing hydrogen at sea in addition to the effective transportation.

If successful, many regions could benefit from the knowledge with nations such as the UK and Germany both placing major emphasis on utilising offshore wind developments to create green hydrogen for domestic use.

Read more: Siemens unveils plans for one of Germany’s largest hydrogen production plants
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