ERM receives £3.12m to further develop floating offshore wind turbines 

February 25, 2020 |

In London, ERM has been awarded £3.12m from the UK Government to further develop its ERM-Dolphyn project which will study the production of green hydrogen at scale from a first-of-its-kind floating offshore wind turbine. The development plan for the project has a target date for the start-up of the 2MW facility by 2024. A 10MW full-scale pre-commercial facility is planned to follow by 2027, with full-scale commercialization planned for shortly afterward.  The regional CEO at ERM stated that the Dolphyn project “provides a significant opportunity to progress towards a carbon-neutral society. The UK government’s support of this project has accelerated our ability to demonstrate that zero-carbon gas can be generated commercially at large scale for use across the UK…”

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