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TÜV SÜD has joined the AquaVentus consortium as a member, supporting this project of German offshore hydrogen production.
The partners, involved in the AquaVentus project, aim to install offshore wind turbines with a total capacity of 10GW in the North Sea between Helgoland and the Dogger Bank sandbank by 2035. The wind power will be used to produce hydrogen, which will then be transported to land via a pipeline. Around 90 organisations have joined forces in the AquaVentus consortium, working together to put these plans into practice.
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