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Jamie McCallum, Project Engineer, Net Zero Technology Centre
Net Zero Technology Centre has completed a study commissioned by the Offshore Wind Innovation Hub to investigate the UK supply chain opportunity for floating offshore wind powered green hydrogen production projects. The study has been supported by the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult as part of the Energy Transition Alliance (ETA) between Net Zero Technology Centre and ORE Catapult.
Producing green hydrogen, powered by floating offshore wind, is projected to make up a significant proportion of the UK’s energy mix by 2050. Building on the ETA’s previous work “Reimagining a Net Zero North Sea: An Integrated Energy Vision for 2050” the study comprises an assessment of the cost reductions required to make floating offshore wind powered green hydrogen projects viable and the UK supply chain’s ability to meet UK government targets for project local content.
Jamie is a Project Engineer at the Net Zero Technology Centre. He is on a part time secondment from Wood where he is a Senior Engineer in their Subsea and Export Systems team in Aberdeen. At the Net Zero Transition Centre he supports projects in the Energy Transition Alliance programme, in partnership with the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult.
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