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Siemens Gamesa produces first off-grid green hydrogen

Hydrogen from test site supplied to Everfuel for distribution to Danish refuelling network

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has produced the first green hydrogen from an electrolyser powered by a dedicated wind turbine. The hydrogen was produced at the Brande Hydrogen test site in western Denmark using an existing 3MW Siemens Gamesa onshore wind turbine coupled with an electrolyser stack from Danish company Green Hydrogen Systems. The turbine was not connected to the electricity grid. The project is designed to further the firm’s understanding of how to integrate an electrolyser with a variable power source operating independently of the electricity grid. “Our hydrogen-producing wind turbine is an example of the innovative projects that will help shape the emerging clean-fuel ma



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