ELYgator

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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.

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.

Green Fuels for Denmark Phase 2

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The Green Fuels for Denmark (GFDK) project brings together leading Danish companies representing the demand and supply side of sustainable e-fuels behind a vision to establish an ambitious sustainable fuels production facility. The project aims to establish a 1.3 GW electrolyser in 2030 powered by 2-3 GW offshore wind from the Bornholm energy island, which holds the potential to replace >270.000 tpa. of fossil fuel consumption in 2030, equivalent to a 1.77% reduction in Danish CO2 emissions. Phase 2 involves establishing commercial operation at a 250 MW scale to produce e-methanol and e-kerosene. The partnership has decided to bring forward 100 MW of the originally planned second phase’s 250 MW electrolysis from 2027 to 2025.

Green Fuels for Denmark Phase 3

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The Green Fuels for Denmark (GFDK) project brings together leading Danish companies representing the demand and supply side of sustainable e-fuels behind a vision to establish an ambitious sustainable fuels production facility. The project aims to establish a 1.3 GW electrolyser in 2030 powered by 2-3 GW offshore wind from the Bornholm energy island, which holds the potential to replace >270.000 tpa. of fossil fuel consumption in 2030, equivalent to a 1.77% reduction in Danish CO2 emissions. Phase 3 involves scale-up of electrolysis capacity to 1.3 GW from the 250 MW of phase 2.

Plug Power NYC

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Plug Power have begun construction on a $290 million electricity substation and state-of-the-art green hydrogen fuel production facility at the Western New York Science, Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Park located in the Town of Alabama, Genesee County. As North America’s largest green hydrogen production facility, the plant will produce 45 metric tons of green liquid hydrogen daily servicing the Northeast region.

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.

H2ercules

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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.

NortH2

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The NortH2 consortium, along with the province of Gronigen, are investigating the large-scale supply of hydrogen by working together on all aspects of the supply chain – from wind energy to electrolysis to transmission and storage. The aim is to be able to supply industry with 4GW of green hydrogen by 2030 with the aim upscale to more than 10 gigawatts of green hydrogen production capacity by 2040

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.

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