CIP presents BrintØ hydrogen project in the North Sea

CIP presents BrintØ hydrogen project in the North Sea

23 May 2022

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has disclosed its plans to build a hydrogen artificial island in the Dogger Bank section of the Danish North Sea. The BrintØ project will help utility-scale green hydrogen production associated with offshore wind farms.

BrintØ will be powered by 10MW of offshore wind, producing approximately a million tons of green hydrogen per year. The amount corresponds to 7% of the European Union’s expected need for hydrogen in 2030.

From the island, it will be possible to export hydrogen to Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands via a 275km offshore pipelines.

Start-up is likely to be reached by the end of the decade.

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