First power has been generated from RWE Renewables’ Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm off the east coast of England.
Offshore wind and hydrogen are “good ingredients but a bad cocktail” according to Rystad Energy, with high costs remaining a “showstopper”.
Onshore construction is now underway at Triton Knoll’s windfarm in Lincolnshire, as part of a two year programme managed by German developer Innogy SE.
Renewable energy player Siemens has today announced a multi-million deal to connect the huge Triton Knoll windfarm.
Dutch subsea equipment firm VBMS has been chosen as the preferred supplier and installer of cables for a UK offshore wind farm project.