A small Norwegian company, NAPOP (Not A Part Of the Problem), is making waves in the aquaculture and renewable energy sectors with its project that combines fish farming with hydrogen production.

NAPOP’s project, known as VIRIDIH2-PISCI, represents a bold step towards integrating aquaculture and renewable energy production. By harnessing the synergy between fish farming and hydrogen production, the company aims to create a sustainable and efficient model that can be replicated in different regions.

At the heart of NAPOP’s project is a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) combined with a 6 MW electrolysis plant. The RAS utilizes advanced technology to recycle water and maintain optimal conditions for fish growth, while the electrolysis plant uses green energy to produce hydrogen and oxygen from water.

One of the key advantages of NAPOP’s integrated approach is its focus on maximizing resource utilization. By utilizing oxygen produced during hydrogen production and utilizing heat from the electrolysis process, the company aims to minimize waste and maximize the efficiency of both fish farming and hydrogen production.

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