Madoqua SynFuels

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In addition to the Power2X project, Madoqua Renewables also intend to build a large-scale industrial plant for the production of synthetic fuels to aid decarbonisation of hard-to-abate sectors such as the cement industry. The plant will have a capacity of 250 MW, equating to 180,000 tonnes per year of synthetic fuels and 350,000 tonnes of abated CO2.

Reuze Project

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ENGIE and Infinium, a supplier of technology for ultra low-carbon e-fuels, have unveiled a partnership under which they will together develop “Reuze” – a project to produce synthetic fuels in Dunkirk. 300,000 tonnes of CO2 will be captured by ArcelorMittal from steel production facilities and then combined with green hydrogen, produced by a 400 MW electrolyser installed by ENGIE, to produce the synthetic fuels.

Plug Power Antwerp

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US electrolyser manufacturer Plug Power is to build a 100MW green hydrogen plant in the Belgian port of Antwerp-Bruges — likely becoming one of Northern Europe’s largest when it comes on line in 2025 — and forming the opening play of the port’s plan to become a hydrogen hub for Europe. The facility will produce 12,500 tonnes of green hydrogen per year at full capacity, supplying hydrogen for “multiple clients” at the port.

P2F Hemweg

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Vattenfall intends to develop a fossil-free hydrogen hub on the site of the former Hemweg coal-fired power plant. Between 2025 and 2030, hydrogen production will be scaled up from 10 MW to 100 MW. The hydrogen will be distributed to customers in the port area via a low-pressure hydrogen pipeline, thus taking the first step towards creating a local, open-access hydrogen system.

Eemshydrogen

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RWE has been granted an environmental permit by the province of Gronigen for a 50 MW electrolyser project. The electrolyser will be directly connected to RWE’s Westereems onshore wind farm ensuring the ‘green’ nature of the hydrogen and relieving the electricity grid. Evonik and BioMCN are both confirmed as future offtakers of the produced hydrogen, allowing them to decarbonise their activities in the chemical sector.

HyDeal España

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HyDeal España is the first industrial implementation of the HyDeal Ambition platform. It will supply an industrial complex in Asturias from facilities based in Northern Spain at a price competitive with fossil fuels. Production will start in 2025 and total installed capacity will reach 9.5 GW of solar power and 7.4 GW of electrolyzers by 2030. The project also features the establishment of an electrolyzer gigafactory. ArcelorMittal and Fertiberia – together with other large off-takers set to join the project – will commit to purchasing 6.6 million tons of green hydrogen over 20 years.

BH2C Port of Bilbao

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The Basque Hydrogen Corridor is a consortium formed of 8 organisations, 12 knowledge centers and 58 companies, totalling 78 entities. BH2C Port of Bilbao represents the second project of the consortium which aims to construct a 10 MW electrolysis plant in the Port of Bilbao. The plant is aimed to be operational in 2024 and will produce hydrogen to be used in the synthesis of e-fuels.

Iberdrola Puertollano

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Iberdrola has commissioned the largest plant producing green hydrogen for industrial use in Europe. The Puertollano (Spain) plant consists of a 100 MW photovoltaic solar plant, a lithium-ion battery system with a storage capacity of 20 MWh and one of the largest electrolytic hydrogen production systems in the world (20 MW). The green hydrogen produced there will be used Fertiberia’s local ammonia plant.

Project Catalina

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has announced a partnership with Enagás, Naturgy, Fertiberia and Vestas to build a project for the large-scale production of green hydrogen and ammonia in Spain. Catalina Phase I is currently in an advanced development stage and is expected to be fully developed and permitted in less than two years. Construction is planned to start at the end of 2023. The project will consist of 1.7GW of wind and solar energy facilities as well as a 500MW electrolyser capable of producing over 40,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year. Catalina will bring emissions reductions of 1 million tons of CO2e per year in its first phase, and up to 2.5 million tons per year when it reaches full implementation.

Hydrogen City

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Hydrogen City, Texas will be an integrated green hydrogen production, storage, and transport hub growing to 60GW in size and producing over 3 billion kilograms of green hydrogen per year. The project is centered around a hydrogen storage facility in the Piedras Pintas Salt Dome located in Duval County. Pipelines will deliver the green hydrogen to Corpus Christi where it will be turned into green ammonia, sustainable aviation fuel and other products, or delivered by pipeline directly to hydrogen power plants and other users around the state. The project will be built in phases with the first phase expected to commence operations in 2026, consisting of 2GW of production and two storage caverns at the Piedras Pintas salt dome.

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