Webinar: GW electrolysis on energy islands

Driven by climate goals, the market potential of hydrogen from wind farm electrolysis has increased. Bilfinger Tebodin has taken steps in order to realize this potential by participating in the research program North Sea Energy.

On February 9thKeren Rajavelu, Process Engineer at Bilfinger Tebodin, spoke about our involvement as concept engineers in this program and how we explored the technical/economic feasibility of designing 2, 5 and 20 GW hydrogen islands during a free webinar from the Energy Institute.

Main objectives of the study included:

  • Analysis on water electrolysis (such as alkaline, PEM, SOFC)
  • Feasibility study/ Conceptual design of electrolysis in the Island
  • Techno economic assessment and business case scenario for offshore/onshore hydrogen production
  • Desalination layout
  • 3D model development of hydrogen Island
  • Environmental and legal analysis
  • Due diligence
  • Engineering challenges in P2G (P2G) facility integration

A recording of the session is available! You can watch it by clicking here.

Read more about our hydrogen islands project!