Growth through Research, development & demonstration in Offshore Wind

FlexH2 in the news

Innovation Origins, a European platform about innovation, start-ups and technologies, published an interview with Dongsheng Yang TU/e researcher about the GROW project called FlexH2.

By 2030, seventy per cent of the energy supply in the Netherlands must come from renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. The integration of these large numbers of variable, renewable energy requires technological innovations to prevent fluctuations in the energy supply. After all, renewable energy sources are highly dependent on weather conditions. The FlexH2 project (Flexible Offshore Wind Hydrogen Power Plant Module) of the GROW consortium looks at how wind energy can make a consistent contribution to the energy supply in combination with hydrogen production.

Find here the complete article of Innovation Origins.

            FlexH2 in the news