The Dogger Bank project team is working closely with The Crown Estate to agree on the progression of Dogger Bank D. If progressed for delivery, Dogger Bank D would be located in the North Sea around 210 km off the northeast coast of England.
Dogger Bank D is being advanced with both power and green hydrogen as potential end products. Subject to the successful outcome of further technical studies, the project could be capable of generating up to around 2GW of renewable power.
To advance the green hydrogen production potential, the project partners are tapping the expertise of Genesis to deliver a technology-agnostic concept and engineering design study. H2GO Power and Fichtner Consulting Engineers have been awarded contracts for value chain optimisation for the potential green hydrogen offtake option. Using AI machine learning and robust modelling, these studies will investigate the multitude of interdependent variables required to optimise a potential green hydrogen production facility, such as offshore wind farm sizing, electrolysis capacity, transport and storage capacity, water availability, and offtake optionality.