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 (April 2024)

1. Green Energy Park Advances Hydrogen Initiative in Brazil

April 26, 2024

Green Energy Park (GEP) aims to revolutionize global energy with its Brazil initiative, securing $30 million in Series-A funding and rights to a hydrogen port terminal in Luis Correia. This supports GEP’s plan to build an 11GW hydrogen plant, a major global player.

Established in 2023, GEP targets cost-efficient renewable hydrogen, starting in Brazil’s northeast. Their goal is to provide green fuels, aiding the decarbonization of challenging sectors.

Their flagship, Green Energy Park Piaui, aims for 10.8GW electrolyzer capacity, integrating advanced designs from LNG and ammonia sectors. CEO Bart Biebuyck stresses urgency in climate action, aiming for net-zero emissions by 2050 via large-scale, low-cost hydrogen production.

Investe Piaui CEO Victor Hugo Almeida highlights Piaui’s advantages for green hydrogen, backed by Governor Rafael Fonteles. The partnership promises job creation and green industrialization, setting a sustainable development model.

2. Siemens Energy and First State Hydrogen Collaborate on Delaware’s Green Hydrogen Initiative

April 25, 2024

First State Hydrogen, focused on advancing green hydrogen production, has partnered with Siemens Energy to conduct a study on the best technology and location for a hydrogen facility in Delaware.

The study will analyze the infrastructure needed for a large-scale green hydrogen production and storage facility in Delaware. With Siemens Energy’s expertise, the study will also assess staffing, permitting, and operational needs for the site.

Siemens Energy, a global leader in energy technology, brings valuable knowledge and capabilities to the study. Their wide-ranging product portfolio in power generation, transmission, and storage positions them to support innovative hydrogen solutions.

As Delaware seeks federal funding and aims to become a key player in the green hydrogen economy, the study will determine the best size, operation, and technology mix for a local hydrogen facility, aligning with the state’s renewable energy objectives.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s “hydrogen shot” goal emphasizes the urgency of advancing clean hydrogen technologies. Significant federal funding, such as the H2Hubs program, aims to accelerate the development of regional clean hydrogen hubs.

Delaware and neighboring states have formed the Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub (MACH2) to lead clean hydrogen efforts. MACH2 expects significant investments, job creation, and economic growth in the region’s hydrogen ecosystem as federal funding negotiations continue.

The Energy System Design study will evaluate various infrastructure needs, including transportation networks for green hydrogen distribution. Delaware’s strategic location and access to ports and railways provide logistical advantages for exporting green energy.

3. Green Hydrogen Systems and BWSC Form Partnership

April 25, 2024

Green Hydrogen Systems and BWSC have signed a strategic collaboration agreement to advance green hydrogen initiatives.

Their collaboration is not new, as they have previously partnered on the X-Series prototype installation at GreenLab in Skive, Denmark. This 6 MW prototype represents a significant step towards green hydrogen production and showcases their technical expertise and cooperative efforts.

The new agreement aims to expand their partnership to offer complete hydrogen plants ranging from 6 to 50 MW in key European markets. By combining Green Hydrogen Systems’ HyProvide X-Series module with BWSC’s engineering and construction skills, they intend to streamline project development and execution, improving the overall cost-effectiveness of hydrogen plants.

This collaboration is expected to positively impact the hydrogen energy sector. By providing pre-engineered and optimized solutions for mid-scale hydrogen and Power-to-X projects, Green Hydrogen Systems and BWSC aim to drive innovation and efficiency in the industry. This could reduce project time and risk, enhance economics, and promote wider adoption of green hydrogen technology.

Both companies are optimistic about the collaboration’s potential. Søren Rydbirk, Chief Commercial Officer at Green Hydrogen Systems, highlights the importance of joint efforts in speeding up project development. Dimitris Likouressis, Chief Commercial Officer at BWSC, points out the complementary strengths of BWSC’s engineering capabilities and Green Hydrogen Systems’ technology, emphasizing their synergy.

The non-exclusive nature of the agreement encourages openness and innovation in the green hydrogen sector, allowing both Green Hydrogen Systems and BWSC to form similar partnerships with other entities, further advancing progress and diversification in the industry.

4. China’s CEEC Collaborates with Qingdao on Hydrogen Development

April 23, 2024

China’s CEEC Hydrogen Energy recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Headway Technology Group (Qingdao), marking a pivotal step in the hydrogen energy sector.

This agreement focuses on enhancing hydrogen energy storage, transportation, utilization, and equipment manufacturing, warranting a detailed examination of its industry impact.

The collaboration aims to develop a complete hydrogen energy industry chain, particularly a green hydrogen-ammonia-methanol project for the shipping industry. Using recyclable carbon sources from ships’ carbon dioxide capture and reuse systems (CCUS), the companies plan to produce low-carbon methanol and advance hydrogen energy and methanol synthesis projects.

Headway Technology Group aims to promote these technologies globally, supporting the sustainability of the hydrogen energy industry chain and aligning with international dual-carbon goals to aid the shipping industry’s green transition.

Cao Xueliang, Chairman of Headway Technology Group, emphasized the importance of the agreement in fostering low-carbon energy cooperation. Li Jingguang, Chairman of CEEC Hydrogen Energy, highlighted the potential for sustainable fuel in shipping and its alignment with national dual-carbon goals. Li Weibo, Deputy District Mayor of Laoshan District, Qingdao, pointed out hydrogen’s strategic role as an emerging industry and expressed optimism about its comprehensive utilization.

Despite its potential, the partnership faces critical considerations. The scalability, technological feasibility, and environmental impact of the proposed projects require thorough evaluation. Transparency and accountability in achieving sustainability objectives are also essential.

The collaboration between China’s CEEC Hydrogen Energy and Headway Technology Group represents a significant advancement in promoting sustainable energy solutions, especially in the shipping industry.

5. Norwegian Hydrogen Secures EU Grant for Green Hydrogen Infrastructure in Finland and Denmark

April 12, 2024

Vireon, a subsidiary of Norwegian Hydrogen, has received a substantial €9.2 million grant from the EU to lead the development of green hydrogen infrastructure in Finland and Denmark. This funding underscores the commitment to sustainable energy solutions by Norwegian Hydrogen and the expertise of Vireon in this field. With the grant, Vireon plans to build a 5 MW electrolyzer and establish a network of green hydrogen refueling stations spanning from Northern Finland through Sweden and Denmark to continental Europe. The aim is not only to develop infrastructure but also to promote the adoption of hydrogen-powered vehicles across the region. By strategically placing seven refueling stations in Finland and Denmark, Vireon aims to make hydrogen accessible for both passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles, thus laying the foundation for a sustainable transportation corridor. Supported by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), this project aligns with the objectives of the European Green Deal, contributing to the continent’s efforts to decarbonize by fostering sustainable networks in transport, energy, and digital services.

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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