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H2era is a planned 500-megawatt green hydrogen plant located in the port of Amsterdam, to be realized by HyCC in 2027. The project is developed by HyCC in cooperation with the Port of Amsterdam authority. Located right next to important industries and in between the Netherlands’ biggest airport and only steel factory, H2era will be in the heart of the region’s energy transition. Discussions are underway with various parties to use the hydrogen for the decarbonization of industries in the region.

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.


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The goal of the H2ercules initiative is to create the heart of a super-sized hydrogen infrastructure for Germany by 2030. To make this happen, RWE, OGE and, prospectively, other partners are working across various steps of the value chain to enable a swift supply of hydrogen from the north of Germany to consumers in the southern and western areas of the country. In addition to producing hydrogen at a gigawatt scale, the plan is also to open up import routes for green hydrogen. The transport process will involve a pipeline network of about 1,500 km, most of which will consist of converted gas pipelines.

HyTech Hafen Rostock

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By 2026, a 100-megawatt electrolysis plant is to be built on the site of the coal-fired power plant at the Rostock Overseas port. This project is to be developed and built by the newly founded Rostock EnergyPort cooperation GmbH. The energy suppliers RWE Generation, EnBW Neue Energien GmbH, RheinEnergie AG and the port operator ROSTOCK PORT GmbH, are combining their expertise and each has a stake of just under 25 percent in the new company.


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ELYgator, Air Liquide’s 200 MW electrolyzer project, was selected to be part of the final selection round of the European Innovation Fund’s first call for innovative renewable energy and low-carbon large-scale project proposals. To be located in Terneuzen, this electrolyzer is meant to produce large quantities of renewable hydrogen, contributing to the decarbonization of the Dutch and neighbouring countries’ industry and mobility markets. Implemented in the industrial basin of Terneuzen, in the Netherlands, this project would be connected to Air Liquide’s cross-border pipeline networks.


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The GreenH2Atlantic project, developed by a consortium of 13 entities, targets a 100 MW green hydrogen plant in Sines, Portugal. The project will be located at a decommissioned Coal Fired Power Plant, taking advantage of existing infrastructures.

SG H2 Lancaster

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SG H2 Energy, Iwatani, and the City of Lancaster are working together to launch a large scale renewable hydrogen facility in Calfornia. The plant will feature SGH2’s gasification technology, which uses biogenic waste, biomass and recycled water to produce carbon negative hydrogen. It will have the capacity to generate 3.8 million kg of green hydrogen per year, representing 40,000 tonnes of processed waste.

Tees Green Hydrogen

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Tees Green Hydrogen, will be a pioneering project, using the green electricity from nearby Teesside Offshore Wind Farm along with a new solar farm, which EDF Renewables UK intends to construct near Redcar, to power its hydrogen electrolyser. The project will supply local business customers with hydrogen to support decarbonisation efforts and a significant reduction in industrial pollution. In its initial phase, the electrolyser will be 30-50 MW in size, but is designed to be able to scale to over 500MW, in line with emerging demand. 

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.

HyGreen Teesside

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In October 2022, bp submitted a bid for its proposed large-scale green hydrogen production facility, HyGreen Teesside, to the UK government’s Hydrogen Business Model and Net Zero Hydrogen Fund. The project targets hydrogen production in 2025 with an initial capacity of 80 MW, before expanding to 500 MW by 2030.

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