Seanovent Engineering AS and Strohm have entered a MoU to collaborate on offshore wind-to-hydrogen developments.
The partnership will focus on developing safe and dependable hydrogen transfer solutions, which enable and improve the distributed green hydrogen concept, whereby green hydrogen is generated in each wind turbine generator and transported to shore via a subsea pipe infrastructure.
Caroline Justet, business growth executive EiT at Strohm said: “We are very excited to announce this new partnership. Seanovent’s extensive offshore expertise coupled with Strohm’s superior pipeline solutions will enable the rapid acceleration of safe offshore wind-to-hydrogen projects by providing more reliable and cost effective solutions. This in turn will lower the Levelized Cost Of Energy (LCOE) and make distributed green hydrogen production offshore more competitive, sooner.”
Steinar Hestetun, CTO of Seanovent added: “More now than ever, there is an urgent need for innovative solutions to be adopted to support the industry’s net zero emission goals. Our collaboration with Strohm allows us to maximise both company’s strengths to help accelerate the transition and realise our shared vision of supporting green energy resources.”