KCI, a multidisciplinary engineering firm that specializes in fixed assets for the offshore energy industry and Smulders, an international steel construction company with experience in the engineering, construction, supply and assembly of on- and offshore steel constructions, join forces to offer end-to-end solutions for the Offshore Hydrogen (H2) market.

The two companies will start working together and act as a potential EPCI contractor on the current ongoing AmpHytrite project, with an ongoing feasibility study that aims to master the complexity of a centralized offshore and off-grid hydrogen production unit, and to build and operate this green hydrogen offshore wind production unit in stages. The project’s ultimate goal would be to contribute to cost-effective large-scale green hydrogen production at sea, assisting in decarbonization and speeding up the energy transition.