Genesis awarded Dogger Bank D green hydrogen study contract
Genesis to assess large-scale green hydrogen development options for the Dogger Bank D offshore wind project.
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Genesis is delighted to have been awarded a contract to assess large-scale green hydrogen development options for the Dogger Bank D offshore wind project.
Dogger Bank D, the potential fourth phase of the world’s largest offshore wind farm project, is being developed with both power and green hydrogen as potential end products.
Subject to the successful outcome of further technical studies, the project could be capable of generating up to around 2GW of renewable power.
Genesis will deliver a technology agnostic concept and engineering design study to advance the green hydrogen production potential of the project.
Genesis managing director Helen Coleman said:
“Dogger Bank Wind farm project is a high profile and large project that encompasses many different stakeholders.
“We’re delighted that feasibility work from Genesis’ skilled UK team is to be involved in the efforts of a variety of teams to make this project a reality.”