H2Mare – TransferWind
The ramp-up of the hydrogen economy requires technologically viable concepts for hydrogen production. The direct production of green hydrogen on the high seas using offshore wind turbines without grid connection can significantly reduce costs compared to onshore production. The H2Mare lead project is researching the offshore production of green hydrogen and other power-to-X products.
Answering of superordinate questions of the H2Mare projects (safety, environmental and infrastructure aspects
Consolidation of results of the H2Mare projects and continuous exchange between science, industry, politics, and civil society
Development of options for action for the safe and environmentally compatible construction and operation of future offshore facilities
Interface communication and knowledge management between the lead projects, the AquaVentus initiative and other industry-driven projects
Establishment of a knowledge database
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Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), 2021 - 2025.
DECHEMA, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Offshore Foundation, Ineratec, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Siemens Energy, DVGW ebi, Siemens Gamesa, University of Applied Sciences Wismar, University of Stuttgart, Technical University Berlin (TU), Hereon, Fraunhofer, EUCC -D
Dr. Stefan Wahlefeld, Verena Hertzsch