The road to large-scale hydrogen production is likely to be long and riddled with tough challenges, particularly if it is to become a fixture offshore.
An oil refinery in northern Germany wants to turn excess wind power into green hydrogen to replace natural gas and produce synthetic fuels for aviation.
Neptune Energy has announced it will partner with Dutch energy infrastructure firm, Gasunie, on the PosHYdon pilot, the world’s first offshore green hydrogen project.
The Netherlands wants to become a leader in green hydrogen production, but projects will require subsidies and more private investors to get off the ground.
A group of firms will try to convert a Dutch power plant from gas to hydrogen.