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© Vattenfall

Vattenfall plans offshore hydrogen cluster in the Netherlands

In the pursuit of developing offshore hydrogen production capacity, Vattenfall has today (July 5) unveiled details of its bid to establish a hydrogen cluster at part of the Hollandse Kust West (HKW) wind farm, off the coast of the Netherlands.

Its plan would see three wind turbines in lot VII of the HKW site equipped with electrolysers, with a combined capacity of 45MW, which would then be transferred to the Port of Rotterdam via pipeline.

The company has said that it plans to deploy electrolyser modules, transformers, and batteries in a container unit on to platforms at the HKW wind farm.

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