Vattenfall to focus on lower cost hydrogen production at WindEurope Offshore conference

Swedish power company Vattenfall will discuss how hydrogen production from offshore wind could play a bigger role in global decarbonisation at the upcoming WindEurope Offshore conference in Copenhagen.

Other topics highlighted at the event include cross-sector decarbonisation by accelerating the use of green hydrogen, cost reduction and financing trends, offshore transmission infrastructure and digitalisation in operations and maintenance.

“A key topic for Vattenfall at the event will be to highlight how to actively explore the exciting potential for renewables-based hydrogen production, with a view to decarbonisation of the entire society,” said Catrin Jung, acting Head of BU Offshore.

Hydrogen produced from renewable electricity via electrolysis can be used to decarbonise industry processes that require high temperature heat and are difficult to fully decarbonise through direct electrification.

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