GreenFire Energy will test one if its closed-loop solutions at a geothermal resource in Japan, after signing an agreement with Mitsui Oil Exploration.
The companies will work together on delivering large scale green hydrogen production plants.
Simon De Pietro and Patrik Möller have been appointed as the new Co-Presidents. Together with the Board of Directors, they will help to steer the ocean energy sector.
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As part of the SeaH2Land project, Ørsted will develop a green hydrogen plant to provide renewable hydrogen to industries in the Dutch-Flemish North Sea Port cluster.
The technology will help provide the flexibility needed for energy systems to run on renewable energy.
A large volume production and injection test has been completed for DEEP’s geothermal power project in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The South Wales Industrial Cluster deployment project, which will focus on the development of green hydrogen, is being funded by UKRI.
The two companies will conduct a commercial retrofit of an idle geothermal well at the Mahanagdong geothermal facility.