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A new, first-of-a-kind hydrogen production facility in Gällivare will be established, using approximately 500 MW electrolyser capacity powered by fossil-free electricity. The use of hydrogen enables the conversion of iron ore into sponge iron. The project will enable SSAB to replace two blast furnaces in Oxelösund with an electric arc furnace, using the sponge iron as the feedstock to produce high-quality steel without using coking coal in the reduction step.

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.

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 Bilbao Refinery

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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 Bilbao Refinery is the consortium’s third project and aims to construct a 100 MW electrolysis plant at Petronor’s Bilbao refinery for operation in 2025. The hydrogen produced will help Petronor to decarbonise it’s refining process and may also be used to decarbonise nearby steel processes of Celsa Nervacero and Arcelor.

Hydrogen Hub Mo

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Statkraft, Celsa and Mo Industry park are planning to establish a complete value chain for green hydrogen in the production of reinforced steel. The aim is to replace fossil input factors with hydrogen based on electrolysis and to produce one of Europe most climate friendly steel products. Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser AS and Statkraft have signed a Letter of Intent for the delivery of 40 – 50 MW of alkaline electrolysers for the project.


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Project H2ermes is a cooperation of HyCC, Tata Steel and the Port of Amsterdam to realize a 100 MW hydrogen plant in IJmuiden, Netherlands. This is with the aim of making the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area more sustainable and furthering the development of the country’s hydrogen economy. The oxygen and a part of the hydrogen from H2ermes will be delivered to Tata Steel via a pipeline. The remaining hydrogen can be used for the production of renewable fuels and for other industrial decarbonisation efforts.

AirLiquide thyssenkrup

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Air Liquide plan to bring online a 30 MW electrolyser to feed hydrogen into their existing local pipeline. To accelerate the implementation of this project, public funding has been granted by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. This world scale electrolyser will be the first to be built in the framework of the partnership between Air Liquide and Siemens Energy.

Get H2 Nukleus

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The partners of the GET H2 Nukleus project are planning to implement the first 135 kilometres of the Germany-wide hydrogen infrastructure, from Lingen to Gelsenkirchen. The key elements are the construction of a 100 MW electrolyser plant that converts renewable electricity into green hydrogen, the transport of green hydrogen in existing repurposed natural gas pipelines and use in refineries and later also in other sectors. BP, Evonik, Nowega, OGE and RWE Generation have signed a letter of intent regarding the development of the GET H2 Nukleus project. All companies are members of the GET H2 initiative.

HydrOxy Walsum

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After a successful feasibility study, STEAG and thyssenkrupp are jointly delivering a project to construct a water electrolysis plant with a capacity of up to 520 MW. The plant will supply hydrogen and oxygen to thyssenkrupp Steel in Duisburg from the neighbouring STEAG site in Duisburg-Walsum. The consortium are all investing in the project but are also seeking private and public funding.

H2H Saltend

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H2H Saltend is Equinor’s flagship 600-megawatt low carbon hydrogen production plant with carbon capture, which offers to a 30% reduction in the Saltend Chemicals Park’s total current carbon emissions. The plan is backed by at least six local industrial operators who could potentially use this hydrogen to lower the carbon footprint of their processes and products. The project is one of 20 which has been shortlisted for phase-2 of the UK government CCUS cluster sequencing process.

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