BP announced it has submitted bids for two offshore wind farm leases in the Netherlands, which could see close to 50,000 tonnes of green hydrogen produced per year.

The bid, anticipated to see investments of up to €2bn ($2.08bn), has been tendered for the rights to develop the Hollandse Kust (west) Wind Farm Zone (HKW) sites VI and VII, with the potential of generating capacity of 1.4GW.

The integration BP proposes includes 500MW of electrolysis capacity, which could produce approximately 50,000 tonnes of green hydrogen, which would support 10,000 barrels a day production of sustainable aviation fuel.


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