Uniper, Ørsted pursue development partnership for offshore wind and hydrogen

The two power companies are working to set up a "strategic partnership" for large-scale development of offshore wind and hydrogen, with TSO Tennet standing by to handle transmission.

Photo: Ørsted

Uniper, owned by Finnish power company Fortum, is fully underway positioning itself in Europe's budding hydrogen industry.

The German utility has historically operated the kind assets that, seen from the greenest possible angle, would be able to supply ample volumes of carbon dioxide for Power-to-X production. In recent months, however, the company has made several moves in a new direction.

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