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With extensive experience developing, constructing and operating offshore wind farms, Ørsted will support ITM in the design of the offshore electrolysis system, including marinization design aspects and testing (in WP1 and WP2). During the trial phase, Ørsted will lead the planning and permitting and support ITM with the demonstration. Ørsted will lead the work, which consider the offshore design and techno-economics. As part of this work, Ørsted will review the potential to repurpose existing oil and gas assets, and analyse the current technical, regulatory and commercial challenges for offshore electrolysis installations.