OffsH2ore: KONGSTEIN develops a compressed gaseous hydrogen carrier vessel for the offshore wind industry.
KONGSTEIN has developed a compressed gaseous hydrogen carrier vessel for the transport and direct shuttling of hydrogen from an offshore wind farm to a dedicated offloading port. The work was carried out as part of the two-year “OffsH2ore” project funded by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK). The aim of the […]
KONGSTEIN partners with Pinovo to support the adoption of Clean Blasting in offshore wind installation infrastructure
(Bergen, Norway) Energy market expert adviser KONGSTEIN AS partners with the innovative and patented technology provider Pinovo in the aim to reduce micro plastics and other ocean pollution from offshore wind installation maintenance and repair processes by promoting the spread of Clean Blasting of the offshore wind infrastructure. The partnership paves the way to the […]
By Florian Merlet, Senior Floating Wind Engineer at KONGSTEIN With a projected installed capacity of over 6 GW by 2030  and 264 GW by 2050, the future of floating wind looks bright. To meet this almost exponential trend, the first gigawatt scale projects have been already awarded (i.e: Scotwind) and several ~100MW are already well […]
KONGSTEIN and Inter Marine take the next step and launch Polish “Inter Marine Offshore Hydrogen” company
(Bergen/Gdynia) Norwegian technical advisory for Offshore Renewable Infrastructure projects, KONGSTEIN AS, and Polish provider of offshore services, Inter Marine Sp. z o.o., commonly founded “Inter Marine Offshore Hydrogen Sp. z o.o.”. The company is headquartered in Gdynia with the objective to promote and support innovative offshore renewable infrastructure projects, including maritime hydrogen production and storage/offloading […]
On the road towards decarbonization, different fuels have been introduced into the shipping world. However, to define the most adequate fuel and engine options is not an easy task. Many factors influence in such choice, as engine and fuel costs, fuel availability and total emissions, besides the difficulties in comparing such figures among different fuels. […]
Innovation Norway awards KONGSTEIN with advisory agreements for two High Potential Opportunities (HPO) export initiatives.
We are pleased to announce that Innovation Norway has awarded KONGSTEIN with advisory agreements for two High Potential Opportunities (HPO) export initiatives, which include Offshore Wind Europe and Hydrogen Northern Germany. KONGSTEIN, one of the key players, is now an official partner in both offshore wind and hydrogen investments. The awarded contracts are specifically in Offshore Wind […]
(Bergen) Energy market expert advisers, KONGSTEIN AS and Idevekst Energi AS, have today entered into a collaboration agreement to cater for a growing renewable energy market in Northern Europe. Both parties will contribute to the industry with market leading competence within offshore wind, port (re)development, new emissions free fuel production and logistics systems. The collaboration […]
After years of hard work, the project has met its planned technical milestones. KONGSTEIN is now setting sails for the next steps in gaining competence for building a green hydrogen value chain at sea. Green hydrogen produced sustainably from renewable energies is expected to become a key pillar for the decarbonisation of our energy systems. […]
Norwegian technical advisory for Offshore Renewable Infrastructure projects, KONGSTEIN, has appointed Torgeir Nærø as their CEO. Nærø comes from the position as President and CEO of Vitek Group Nordic and has a long diverse experience in executive roles, management, and entrepreneurship. He is a marine engineer with a Master of Science degree (MSc) in Business […]
Whitepaper – Production and transportation costs for green hydrogen from an offshore wind farm to an industrial end-user onshore
One of the biggest challenges of today’s society is to prevent the global warming. To achieve this target, 196 Nations including Germany, signed the Paris Agreement1 in 2015 to limit the global warming by 2°C compared to pre-industrial levels. Each country is responsible for the compliance and the establishment of individual carbon reduction strategies. For […]