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 (May 2024)

1.Zen and DGA Collaborate on Green Hydrogen Initiative in Australia

May 30, 2024

Adelaide-based Zen Energy and DGA Energy Solutions Australia, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi, have recently formalized their collaboration through a memorandum of understanding (MoU). This strategic agreement underscores their joint commitment to advancing renewable energy initiatives, particularly in the realm of renewable hydrogen, with a shared goal of establishing sustainable value chains.

Founded in 2023, DGA Energy Solutions is Mitsubishi’s division devoted to renewable energy initiatives, such as the Oceania region’s green ammonia and green hydrogen projects. DGA’s Managing Director, Kentaro Matsumura, stated that the firm hopes to become the area’s leading provider of green hydrogen. Matsumura described their approach, which involves starting local production to meet the demands of Australian businesses before growing to export hydrogen-based goods to Asia.

Partnering with Zen Energy, a prominent figure in the energy transition landscape, DGA seeks to capitalize on Zen’s scalable renewable energy platform to realize its objectives. Zen Energy already boasts a portfolio of high-profile clients and actively pursues renewable energy projects, making it an ideal ally for DGA’s endeavors.

As part of a larger strategy to increase its market share in Australia’s growing green hydrogen industry, DGA has partnered with Zen Energy. Past endeavours include an arrangement with Adelaide-based tech business Entx to purchase a substantial share in the Limestone Coast Hydrogen Project (LCH2) in South Australia, and a partnership with Countrywide Hydrogen to fund studies for Victoria’s Portland Green Hydrogen project.

2.Chart Industries and Energy Vault Collaborate on Green Hydrogen Initiative

May 28, 2024

Energy Vault Holdings has chosen Chart Industries to provide an integrated system for storing liquid hydrogen and delivering fuel for a pioneering long-term energy storage endeavor in Calistoga, California. This collaboration aims to merge green hydrogen with a large-scale battery to furnish backup power for the municipality. The Calistoga initiative, once finalized, is anticipated to stand as the most extensive green hydrogen undertaking at a utility scale in the United States, establishing a model for forthcoming projects. The incorporation of Chart Industries’ advanced solutions for liquid hydrogen storage plays a vital role in shaping the hybrid energy storage system tailored for PG&E.

Chart Industries brings its expertise in liquid hydrogen storage technology, a critical component for the project’s triumph. Its innovative solutions are engineered to efficiently store liquid hydrogen, a pivotal aspect of the hybrid storage scheme.

Construction of the Calistoga green hydrogen project is scheduled to commence in the last quarter of 2023, with commercial operations projected to kick off by the conclusion of the second quarter of 2024. Though specific financial particulars remain undisclosed, the ambitious timetable underscores a swift development phase aimed at swiftly launching the project.

3.Pattern Energy Signs Green Hydrogen Agreement with Port of Argentia in Newfoundland

May 27, 2024

Pattern Energy’s recent collaboration with the Port of Argentia for the development of a green hydrogen project marks a notable milestone in the renewable energy scene of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The partnership between Pattern Energy and the Port of Argentia signifies a proactive move towards green hydrogen production. By securing access to 6,000 acres of private land, Pattern Energy avoids potential delays associated with Crown land approvals, showcasing strategic planning in navigating regulatory processes. This agreement underscores the company’s dedication to advancing green energy initiatives while overcoming bureaucratic obstacles.

Pattern Energy’s focus on ammonia production sets its proposal apart from conventional hydrogen-centric projects. By utilizing wind energy for green ammonia production, Pattern Energy taps into existing markets, particularly in fertilizer production, offering immediate economic viability. This practical approach aligns with current market needs and positions the project as a catalyst for regional economic development.

The shift towards green ammonia production responds to global market dynamics, particularly amidst supply chain disruptions and geopolitical tensions. Pattern Energy’s alignment with the ammonia market addresses crucial challenges in supply stability and diversification, thereby enhancing resilience against external disruptions. This market-driven strategy demonstrates the company’s adaptability to emerging trends and demands.

The Port of Argentia anticipates significant economic advantages from Pattern Energy’s green hydrogen initiative, including job creation, revenue generation, and infrastructure development. The potential of the project to stimulate local employment and spur regional growth underscores its importance as a driver of sustainable economic progress. Furthermore, the project’s scalability offers prospects for long-term prosperity and investment in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Pattern Energy’s foray into green hydrogen and ammonia production represents a pioneering endeavor in the renewable energy sector. With a proven track record of renewable energy projects across North America and Asia, Pattern Energy brings valuable expertise and resources to Newfoundland and Labrador’s green hydrogen landscape. This expansion into green hydrogen underscores the company’s commitment to innovation and sustainability.

4.px Group and HYDS Collaborate to Propel Green Hydrogen Innovation

May 24, 2024

px Group and Hydrogen Solutions (HYDS) have entered a strategic partnership, marking a significant step towards advancing green hydrogen innovation.

This collaboration between px Group and HYDS is positioned to meet the increasing demand for comprehensive hydrogen solutions within the renewable energy domain.

px Group has a well-established presence in the hydrogen sector, managing key energy and infrastructure assets across the UK and operating in various European regions including Norway, the Netherlands, and Germany. Teaming up with HYDS will bolster their ability to provide comprehensive hydrogen solutions.

HYDS, renowned for its management of the Stord Hydrogen and Kaupanes Hydrogen facilities in Norway, is actively pursuing new projects. These existing facilities and upcoming endeavors will benefit from enhanced plant designs developed through this partnership.

Anticipated to yield tangible outcomes, the partnership aims for initial final investment decisions (FIDs) by the first half of 2025. This timeline sets a clear trajectory for the development and execution of large-scale hydrogen initiatives. The standardized plant designs will be instrumental in ensuring scalability and operational efficiency.

As the collaboration progresses, both px Group and HYDS will navigate the intricate landscape of the hydrogen market, encompassing technological advancements, regulatory frameworks, and market dynamics. The success of this alliance will serve as a model for other hydrogen industry stakeholders, showcasing the transformative potential of strategic partnerships in propelling the energy transition.

5.Australia’s Strategy for Hydrogen Investment Sets the Stage for a Sustainable Energy Future

May 10, 2024

Australia’s recent announcement regarding increased investments in hydrogen production marks a significant stride towards transitioning to a power system aimed at achieving net-zero emissions.

Despite global hydrogen production reaching around 90 million tons annually, the predominant source remains fossil fuels, which is widely acknowledged as the least desirable method. Green hydrogen, produced through electrolysis powered by renewable energy sources, presents a more sustainable alternative. However, its widespread adoption necessitates substantial investments throughout the production and integration phases.

Part of the budget allocated for 2024-2025, supplemented by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), will be specifically earmarked to incentivize hydrogen production. The proposed incentive entails providing $2 USD for each kilogram of hydrogen generated between 2027 and 2040. This initiative aims to stimulate investment in green hydrogen infrastructure, thus reducing production costs and enhancing its competitiveness in the energy market.

Apart from incentivizing hydrogen production, ARENA has announced a $1.7 billion USD allocation for an innovation-centric project aimed at advancing climate technologies. This endeavor encompasses various sectors, including green metals, batteries, and low-carbon liquid fuels. By investing in these technologies, Australia aims to strengthen its clean energy ecosystem while fostering economic resilience and diversification.

Australia’s investment plan reflects a proactive approach towards establishing a sustainable and robust economy powered by clean energy. Treasurer Jim Chalmers underscored the plan’s significance in creating secure, well-paying jobs and attracting private sector investment. Nonetheless, several challenges and considerations must be addressed to ensure the plan’s efficacy and alignment with industry standards.

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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