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Renewable Hydrogen

Renewable Hydrogen

In the pursuit of a Net Zero future and a more environmentally sustainable planet, it is imperative to overhaul energy infrastructures and establish a fully integrated energy system. This transition must prioritize ensuring access to clean, affordable, and reliable energy for both businesses and consumers. As part of achieving Net Zero emissions by 2050, there is a worldwide agreement to limit global temperature rise to within 1.5°C.

This heightened focus underscores the need to address emissions across all energy consumption sectors. While strategies such as enhancing energy efficiency, increasing electrification, and expanding the use of renewables can cover 70% of the required emissions reduction, hydrogen emerges as a crucial element for decarbonizing sectors where alternatives are less advanced or economically feasible. These include heavy industry, long-distance transportation, and seasonal energy storage.

Renewable Hydrogen – Towards a sustainable future 

Renewable hydrogen is revolutionizing the way we think about sustainability. Explore its vast potential to fuel a greener world, and the pivotal role it plays in combating climate change. From harnessing the power of sunlight to leveraging wind energy, renewable hydrogen is paving the way towards a brighter, cleaner tomorrow. Embark on a transformative adventure towards a more sustainable future with ENGIE.

Hydrogen is accelerating the transition to carbon neutrality

Renewable Hydrogen

Versatility

Use in various sectors such as transportation, industry and power generation

Renewable Hydrogen

Sustainability and Zero Emissions

Produces only Steam, eliminating CO2, sulfur oxides, and fine particles

Renewable Hydrogen

Energy Storage

Can store excess energy, helping to balance the grid and overcome intermittency issues

Renewable Hydrogen

Clean Energy

Fuel of the future; produces no GHG gas emissions and releases 3x energy than gasoline

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Decentralization

Hydrogen production can be localized, reducing the need for long-distance energy transportation and enhancing energy security

 

ENGIE, your partner across the hydrogen value chain

 

ENGIE develops, operates and finances H2 & e-molecules integrated value chains. Our expertise across the value chain enables us to provide decarbonization solutions for our customers across industries around the world.

Our expertise across the H2 value chain

Our hydrogen target for 2030

Renewable Hydrogen

4 GW Hydrogen Production Capacity

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700 KM Dedicated Hydrogen Networks

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1 TWh Installed Storage Capacity

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100 Operational Refueling Stations

Case Studies

ENGIE and Mitsui develop one of the world’s first industrial-scale renewable hydrogen project for use in Yara's ammonia facility at Karratha, Australia

Our client, Yara Pilbara Fertilisers (Yara) wanted to unlock the potential of renewable hydrogen for their existing ammonia operations near Karratha in Western Australia.

ENGIE and Mitsui are collaborating on one of the world’s pioneering industrial-scale renewable hydrogen projects, aimed at supplying feedstock to Yara Pilbara Fertilisers’ existing ammonia operations near Karratha in Western Australia.

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How did TotalEnergies leverage renewable hydrogen at their industrial site in France and avoid 100,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year?

ENGIE and TotalEnergies jointly initiated the Masshylia project, aimed at establishing the first French site for large-scale renewable hydrogen production. Located within our client, TotalEnergies’s biorefinery at La Mède in the southern Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, the project initially featured a 40 MW electrolyzer capable of producing 15 tonnes of renewable hydrogen daily.

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ENGIE’s Hynetherlands project leverages the green hydrogen value chain for decarbonization of industries and heavy mobility in the Netherlands

In May 2022, ENGIE, OCI, Europe’s leading producer of methanol, and EEW, a leading company in the production of electricity and heat from waste-to-energy, announced collaboration on the HyNetherlands (HyNL) project, in the north of the Netherlands (province of Groningen). The project aims to develop, build and operate one of the first large-scale industrial value chains in Europe for the production of e-methanol, combining renewable hydrogen and biogenic CO2 in the northeastern region of the Netherlands.

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HYPORT – Europe’s first green hydrogen* production, storage and distribution station at an airport

Our client, Yara Pilbara Fertilisers (Yara) wanted to unlock the potential of renewable hydrogen for their existing ammonia operations near Karratha in Western Australia.

ENGIE and Mitsui are collaborating on one of the world’s pioneering industrial-scale renewable hydrogen projects, aimed at supplying feedstock to Yara Pilbara Fertilisers’ existing ammonia operations near Karratha in Western Australia.

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