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Siemens Energy, Gamesa join forces for offshore H2

Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy are working together on offshore wind-powered green hydrogen projects

Wind power player Siemens Gamesa and technology company Siemens Energy are working on a green hydrogen solution that fully integrates an electrolyser into an offshore wind turbine as a single synchronised system. A full-scale demonstration of the solution is expected by 2025-26. Producing offshore is a promising solution to the problem of building industrial volumes of green hydrogen at a competitive price—without competing with other sources of demand for renewable power. Wind farms onshore, or close to shore, can efficiently feed into electricity grids, when the grid can accept power. Hydrogen can be produced from excess energy when the grid cannot accept it and would otherwise be curtail

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