Global Hydrogen Projects Database: Projects by Technology Type, Development Status, Electrolyzer Capacity, Operator, EPC, Renewable Energy Source, Country, and End User

Global Hydrogen Projects Database is a new subscription offering from Global Insight Services that offers tracking of new green hydrogen production and electrolyzer projects. Subscribers to this service receive access to updates to projects database and newsletter summarizing key developments in the market on a monthly basis.

Green hydrogen is a new energy source, and governments and businesses are working harder to accelerate supply-side dynamics. Investments worth billions of dollars have been made public in order to assist the growth of greenfield projects and boost demand. The cost of manufacturing green hydrogen is already being reduced via efforts to scale technologies. Given the rapidly changing and evolving nature of project landscape, Green Hydrogen Projects Database is an essential source of market information for participants across the Hydrogen value chain.

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Key Benefits
  • Provides detailed information on all green hydrogen projects globally.
  • Understand key developments and emerging trends in the hydrogen market.
  • Keep abreast of emerging contracting opportunities as new projects are announced.
  • Analyze competitor activity and understand your market position.
  • Perform analysis on capacity by type, project development status, electrolyzer capacity, electrolyzer manufacturers, operators and participants etc.
Database Coverage
  • Over 1600 projects listed more being added on a daily basis
  • Over 90 countries
  • Project information
    • Plant/Complex name
    • Project location
    • Project ownership
    • Project participants/developers
    • Expected date of operation
    • Project status
    • Funding provider
    • Funding value
    • Expected total capital expenditure
    • Electrolyzer manufacturer
    • Electrolyzer type
    • Electrolyzer capacity
    • Type of renewable energy (primary energy source)
    • Hydrogen production capacity
    • Hydrogen end-users
    • EPC
Hydrogen Project Analysis

Analyze active and upcoming Hydrogen projects on various dimensions such as Region, Electrolyzer Technology, Project Status, Renewable Energy Source, End User etc.

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Monthly Newsletter

Subscribers to the service also receive a monthly newsletter summarizing key developments in the sector by:

  • Project Announcements & Approvals
  • Contract Announcements
  • Investments and Fundings
  • Collaborations, Joint Ventures, and Partnerships
  • Hydrogen Policy
Hydrogen Newsletter

Hydrogen Newsletter

Key Green Hydrogen Companies
  • Air Liquide
  • Siemens
  • H2 Energy
  • Linde
  • Ørsted
  • ENGIE
  • BP
  • Sinopec
  • Uniper
  • Toshiba Corporation
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd
  • Infinite Green Energy Ltd
  • En+ Group
  • Fortescue Future Industries
  • ScottishPower
Key Electrolyzer Manufacturers
  • Hydrogenics Corporation (Cummins Inc.)
  • thyssenkrupp
  • Nel Hydrogen
  • ITM Power
  • Siemens Energy
  • John Cockerill
  • Green Hydrogen Systems
  • McPhy
  • Fusion Fuel
  • VoltH2
Key EPC Companies
  • Uniper Energy
  • Linde
  • BP
  • Siemens
  • Technip Energies
  • thyssenkrupp
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited
  • PESTECH
  • TSK
  • Sumitomo Corporation
Green Hydrogen End Users
  • Industry Type
    • Steel Industry
    • Chemical Industry
    • Refineries
    • Ammonia
    • Other Industries
  • Transport
    • Ships
    • Aviation
    • Cars
    • Trucks
    • Buses
  • Power Generation & Storage
  • Others
Recent Developments (March 2024)

1.Europe Grants Approval for €900 million in French State Aid to Promote the Development of Green Hydrogen

March 27, 2024

The European Commission (EC) has given the green light to a French initiative totaling €900 million designed to bolster companies investing in biomass and renewable hydrogen for energy and fuel generation.

This initiative falls under the State Aid Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework, introduced on March 9, to support sectors vital for expediting the transition and curbing reliance on traditional fuels. It aligns seamlessly with the objectives outlined in the Green Deal Industrial Plan.

Following assessment, the Commission determined that the French program is “necessary, appropriate, and proportionate” in accelerating the shift towards green energy.

France has informed the Commission of its intention to utilize biomass for producing heat and fuels, such as synthetic gas and biochar, for industrial purposes.

Member States retain the authority to establish schemes promoting investments across various renewable energy sources, encompassing renewable hydrogen, biogas, biomethane, storage, and renewable heat.

The Commission underscores that for smaller projects and emerging technologies like renewable hydrogen, the criteria for aid provision have been streamlined. This involves dispensing with the requirement for competitive bidding, albeit with certain safeguards in place.

2.US Department of Energy’s $750 Million Boost for Green Hydrogen Innovation

March 26, 2024

The US Department of Energy allocates $750 million to bolster the advancement of green hydrogen.

Materic, a materials science start-up, had scheduled a staff celebration on March 19 to mark the launch of Koyla Web, its nonwoven carbon nanofiber mesh. However, plans took an exciting turn when news broke that the company would receive $10 million from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to scale up production of the material.

Materic’s expansion is among 52 projects slated to share a total of $750 million aimed at fostering the production and utilization of electrochemical hydrogen. According to the Joe Biden administration, this investment will equip the US with the capacity to annually produce an additional 14 GW of fuel cells and 10 GW of electrolyzers.

The funding allocations are distributed across six categories: electrolyzer manufacturing, electrolyzer component and supply chain development, advanced electrolyzer technologies, fuel cell manufacturing, fuel cell supply chain development, and the recovery and recycling of fuel cells and electrolyzers.

3.Rana Group Invests $12 Billion in Green Hydrogen Venture in Egypt

March 21, 2024

India’s Rana Group is investing $12 billion in a green hydrogen project in Egypt, aiming to boost renewable energy efforts globally.

On March 18th, the Indian firm met with Yahia El-Watheq Bellah, Head of the Egyptian Commercial Service, to explore investment opportunities. They discussed partnerships in electric vehicle manufacturing, satellite services, agriculture, mining, petroleum, and natural gas sectors.

Both parties emphasized collaboration for mutual growth, intending to sign strategic partnership agreements to enhance economic and technological landscapes in Egypt and India.

Rana Group’s expansion beyond India, particularly into Africa, highlights its strategic vision. By leveraging expertise and resources, it seeks to foster socio-economic development in Egypt and globally.

The venture addresses pressing global issues like climate change and energy resilience. Collaboration with Egyptian counterparts underscores cross-border cooperation’s significance in driving innovation and inclusive economic growth.

This project promises environmental stewardship, energy security, economic prosperity, and technological advancement. Rana Group’s endeavors demonstrate visionary leadership and cross-border collaboration’s transformative potential for a sustainable future.

4.ABB Selected for Hydrogen City Project in Texas

March 20, 2024

ABB and Green Hydrogen International (GHI) have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the development of a significant green hydrogen facility in southern Texas, United States.

This Power-to-X project will run a 2.2GW electrolyzer plant using onshore wind and solar energy, generating 280,000 tonnes of green hydrogen yearly that will be transformed into one million tonnes of green ammonia.

As part of the initiative, a 120km pipeline will transport the hydrogen to the Corpus Christi energy port, around 300km southwest of Houston, where it will be converted into ammonia for export to Europe and Asia. GHI is also engaging with potential buyers of green hydrogen for sustainable aviation fuel and e-methane production.

The project capitalizes on salt caverns beneath the site, providing storage capacity for up to 24,000 tons of hydrogen, facilitating balancing of variable production and demand.

ABB has conducted a feasibility study to design an electrical system architecture for the project, ensuring compliance with EU regulations on Renewable Fuels of Non-Biological Origin (RFNBO) and the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).

Brandon Spencer, President of ABB Energy Industries, expressed pride in collaborating with GHI on the Hydrogen City project. He emphasized the role of ABB’s technologies in supporting and scaling this ambitious green hydrogen production facility, aiming to contribute to the decarbonization of global industries and advance towards a net-zero future.

5.Lhyfe Secures €149 Million Grant for Green Hydrogen Facility

March 18, 2024

The French government has confirmed financial support in the form of a grant of up to €149 million for the construction of a green hydrogen production plant with an installed electrolysis capacity of 100 MW near Le Havre. The European Commission has accepted this project, which has been headed by Lhyfe for more than two years, as a component of the third wave of IPCEI (Important Projects of Common European Interest) on hydrogen.

In the vicinity of the Grand Canal du Havre, one of the biggest industrial port regions in Europe, Lhyfe hopes to create up to 34 tonnes of green hydrogen daily with this project. The French government’s backing of Lhyfe demonstrates the company’s standing as a major player in the renewable hydrogen market as well as its faith in the knowledge and experience of Lhyfe’s personnel, who are considered industry pioneers. The location is near to the Le Havre Yara factory, whose decarbonisation strategy calls for the usage of green hydrogen. Yara will discuss with Lhyfe any potential partnerships to decarbonise its industrial process since she is interested in and supportive of Lhyfe’s idea.

It is planned for the 2.8-hectare Gonfreville-l’Orcher site to host the Lhyfe manufacturing plant to begin operations by 2028.

Database Coverage
  • Over 1600 projects listed more being added on a daily basis
  • Over 90 countries
  • Project information
    • Plant/Complex name
    • Project location
    • Project ownership
    • Project participants/developers
    • Expected date of operation
    • Project status
    • Funding provider
    • Funding value
    • Expected total capital expenditure
    • Electrolyzer manufacturer
    • Electrolyzer type
    • Electrolyzer capacity
    • Type of renewable energy (primary energy source)
    • Hydrogen production capacity
    • Hydrogen end-users
    • EPC
Monthly Newsletter

Subscribers to the service also receive a monthly newsletter summarizing key developments in the sector by:

  • Project Announcements & Approvals
  • Contract Announcements
  • Investments and Fundings
  • Collaborations, Joint Ventures, and Partnerships
  • Hydrogen Policy
Key Green Hydrogen Companies
  • Air Liquide
  • Siemens
  • H2 Energy
  • Linde
  • Ørsted
  • ENGIE
  • BP
  • Sinopec
  • Uniper
  • Toshiba Corporation
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd
  • Infinite Green Energy Ltd
  • En+ Group
  • Fortescue Future Industries
  • ScottishPower
Key Electrolyzer Manufacturers
  • Hydrogenics Corporation (Cummins Inc.)
  • thyssenkrupp
  • Nel Hydrogen
  • ITM Power
  • Siemens Energy
  • John Cockerill
  • Green Hydrogen Systems
  • McPhy
  • Fusion Fuel
  • VoltH2
Key EPC Companies
  • Uniper Energy
  • Linde
  • BP
  • Siemens
  • Technip Energies
  • thyssenkrupp
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited
  • PESTECH
  • TSK
  • Sumitomo Corporation
Green Hydrogen End Users
  • Industry Type
    • Steel Industry
    • Chemical Industry
    • Refineries
    • Ammonia
    • Other Industries
  • Transport
    • Ships
    • Aviation
    • Cars
    • Trucks
    • Buses
  • Power Generation & Storage
  • Others

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