For the first time

green hydrogen will be produced offshore on an operational platform.

Process

The process for making green hydrogen starts with converting seawater into demineralised water on the platform.

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The pilot project aims to investigate the practical aspects of integrating working energy systems at sea and producing hydrogen in an offshore environment, to see how offshore conditions, including salt, affect the electrolyser.

News

Emerson to Help Accelerate Green Hydrogen Production

Emerson to Help Accelerate Green Hydrogen Production. Automation technologies integral to world’s first offshore green hydrogen production process.

Nel ASA: Nel joins PosHYdon consortium

Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL), joined the consortium agreement for the PosHYdon project, which aims to validate the integration of offshore wind, natural gas, and hydrogen, offshore the Netherlands. Nel will provide a MW-scale PEM electrolyser for the project.

Dutch government grants DEI+ subsidy to PosHYdon, world’s first offshore green hydrogen production

Neptune Energy today announced DEME Offshore, a leader in offshore wind energy and green hydrogen production, will bring its expertise to the PosHYdon pilot, the world’s first offshore green hydrogen project.

Our Partners

PosHYdon is an initiative of Nexstep, the Dutch association for decommissioning and reuse, and TNO, the Dutch organisation for applied scientific research, in close collaboration with the sector. Many partners are collaborating with us in the PosHYdon project. Click the links to find out more about our consortium: Neptune Energy, Gasunie, Eneco, DEME Offshore, NOGAT, Noordgastransport, NEL Hydrogen, InVesta, TAQA, Hatenboer, Iv-Offshore & Energy and Emerson Automation Solutions.

The partners in the Q13a-A platform are: Neptune Energy (operator and 50%), EBN B.V. (40%) and TAQA Offshore B.V. (10%).