Establishing offshore production of hydrogen in the North Sea is an ambitious vision. Kirsten Westphal explains why industry and politics should work towards this and what will be important in the process. However, the board member of the AquaVentus association warns against underestimating the complexity of such a project.
In this interview in Manager Magazin, top scientist Corinna Schrum talks about the production of green hydrogen in Germany, and... read more
Below you will find the press release for our new project AquaCore, as well as on important changes regarding the... read more
Future hydrogen production in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the German North Sea is (slowly) taking shape. In parallel,... read more
AquaVentus - The support association, the initiative and the projects One million tons of green hydrogen per year in 2035, produced... read more
Hydrogen as a low-carbon energy carrier plays an important role in achieving climate targets, decarbonizing industry and also in the... read more
A study by AFRY Management Consulting confirms the clear advantages of hydrogen production at sea. It thus supports the approach... read more
Scaling effects of investment costs at different capacity sizes of AquaDuctus and corresponding SEN areas.
This article shows how increasing wind and electrolysis areas in the North Sea leads to scaling and cost degression benefits... read more