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Offshore wind can unlock US green hydrogen potential – BNOW

Gulf of Mexico and California seen as potential hotspots for projects coupling the two technologies

Offshore wind power is the key to unlocking the potential of the US green hydrogen market, according to Ross Gould, vice president for supply chain development at US membership organisation Business Network for Offshore Wind (BNOW). “For hydrogen to reach its potential, it must connect to offshore wind,” says Gould, also staff lead for BNOW’s green hydrogen working group. US demand for hydrogen could reach 41mn t/yr by 2050, almost four times current demand, according to the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Interest in pairing offshore wind with electrolysers to produce green hydrogen in the US is increasing fast. BNOW’s working group, launched in August

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