TotalEnergies, consortium partners to produce H2 with Scottish offshore wind

TotalEnergies, Macquarie's Green Investment Group and developer RIDG are to investigate industrial-scale hydrogen via offshore wind in Scotland.

Photo: Flotta Hydrogen Hub

A consortium between oil and gas supermajor TotalEnergies, investment bank Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG) and project developer RIDG plans to add industrial-scale hydrogen facilities to the Orkney Islands' existing Flotta oil terminal.

Right now, however, the companies await a response to their bid in the ScotWind offshore wind tender round held by the Crown Estate Scotland. Offshore Wind Power Limited, as the consortium is called, has proposed a 2GW offshore wind project dubbed West of Orkney, a name revealing its geographical placement.

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