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Denmark. The GreenHyScale project's goal is to test the
deployment of electrolysis in both onshore and offshore
applications. Phase 1 includes the installation of a 6-MW
electrolyzer, followed by Phase 2 which will expand the electrolyzer
module to 100 MW. Phase 2 is scheduled to begin
operations by 2025. The project will help test the factory-assembled
modules for rapid onsite installation, helping
to bring cost parity of green H2
generation and fossil fuels.
In Kassø, European Energy is installing a 50-MW electrolyzer
that will receive feedstock from a nearby solar park.
The plant will produce e-methanol, which will be used as a
fuel for shipping and transportation. The project is scheduled
to be completed in 2H 2023.
Offshore Denmark, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
is developing the BrintØ H2 island. The project is an artificial
island in the Danish North Sea that will be linked to 10 GW
of offshore wind power. If built, the plant will produce up to
1 MMtpy of green H2
by 2030.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is also investing in
green ammonia production capacity in Esbjerg. The plant
will use offshore wind power to feed a 1-GW electrolyzer to
produce 600,000 tpy of green ammonia. As an example of
circularity, excess heat generated from the plant will be used
for heating homes in the area. Once completed in late 2026,
the plant will replace all ammonia imports in Denmark.
In July 2022, the Green Fuels for Denmark project was
granted IPCEI status. The project is a JV between Orsted,
Maersk, DFDS, Copenhagen Airports and SAS, and is developing
new pathways to produce renewable H2
and green
fuels. The three-phase project, located in Copenhagen, aims
to develop 1,300 MW of electrolysis capacity by 2028. Once
fully operational, the facility is expected to produce up to
275,000 tpy of renewable fuels (e.g., e-methanol, e-kerosene).
These fuels will be used to fuel heavy-duty trucks,
shipping vessels and aircraft.
Belgium. Fluxys and INEOS Olefins Belgium are conducting
a feasibility study to develop an open-access H2
in the port of Antwerp. INEOS plans to use H2
to fuel its burners
on the Project ONE ethane cracker being developed in
Antwerp. To help limit carbon emissions, INEOS announced
plans to use H2
for the plant, with a goal of increasing H2
to satisfy 60% of the heat demand needed
to 100%.
Also in Antwerp, Plug Power is developing a 100-MW
green H2 plant to produce 12,500 tpy of liquid and gaseous
H2 for the European market. The plant is scheduled to be
commissioned in 2025.
Finland. The country is investing in expanding the use of
H2 in several domestic industrial sectors. Finland's Finance
Minister announced plans to develop three H2
valleys within
the country: two will be located on the west coast near wind
power infrastructure, with one in the southeast. This new
transmission network will enable Finland to significantly
reduce emissions in industry. To reduce emissions at the
Porvoo refinery, Neste is investing in a green H2
and CO2
capture and storage project. The project, currently in the
feasibility stage, will increase both CCS and electrolysis
solutions to decarbonize refining operations.
France. The nation has initiated several plans to increase
its H2 production and usage. First, several companies are
investing in new electrolyzer capacity to decarbonize the
country's transportation sector. This includes the construction
of new H2
-powered cabs to several other cities in the EU.
fueling stations to power a carbon-free mobility
sector. Hype plans to deploy 10,000 zero-emissions cabs
in Paris by 2025. The company also plans to expand the use
of H2
Storengy, Armines/Polytechnique, Inovyn, Esk, Element
Energy and Axelera are developing the Hydrogen Pilot Storage
for Large Ecosystem Replication (HyPSTER) project in
Etrez. HyPSTER is the first EU-supported project for largescale
green H2
underground storage in salt caverns. The H2
will be used in the industrial and mobility sectors. Engineering
studies began in 2021. Construction of an electrolysis
unit for green H2
studies on storing H2
The Masshylia project at TotalEnergies' 500,000-metric
tpy Le Mède biorefinery in France is a JV between TotalEnergies
and Engie to design, develop, build and operate a
production site, powered by solar farms, with a total
capacity of more than 100 MW. The 40-MW electrolyzer will
produce approximately 1,825 metric tpy of green H2
to meet
the needs of the plant's biofuel production process and
simultaneously avoid 15,000 metric tpy of CO2
A large-scale solution for H2
storage will be implemented
to manage the intermittent production of solar elecproduction
will happen in 2022, with
in salt caverns to take place in 2023.
tricity and the biorefinery's need for continuous H2
Construction is slated to start this year, with operations
targeted for 2024. Beyond this first phase, new renewable
farms may be developed by the partners for the electrolyzer,
which will have the capacity to produce up to
5,500 metric tpy of green H2
TotalEnergies will also be working with Air Liquide on
the Normand'Hy project. The project involves using a 200MW
electrolyzer to provide power to TotalEnergies' Normandy
refinery. Operations are scheduled to begin in 2025.
To provide H2
Chalampé, Linde is building a new H2
to BASF's hexamethylenediamine facility in
production unit. The
plant is expected to be completed in 2024.
Lastly, DOMO Chemicals and Hynamics are developing
the HyDom project in an effort to decarbonize the BelleEtoile
industrial site. The project includes an 85-MW H2
production plant to produce 11,000 tpy of H2
. The H2
be used in chemical processing.
Germany. The country plans to invest $220 B to 2026
on its industrial transformation. This initiative includes
investments for additional renewables production capacity,
technologies, and expanding the country's EV charging
network, among other items. The country is aggressively
moving forward on new H2
infrastructure builds. Germany
has ambitious goals to increase domestic electrolyzer
capacity to 10 GW by 2030. If built, this amount of capacity
will significantly boost domestic H2
production and help
Germany meet its GHG emissions reduction targets set out
in the Paris Agreement.
The Lingen Green Hydrogen project at bp's 100,000bpd
oil refinery in Lingen, Germany is a collaboration with
wind power developer Ørsted and slated for startup in
2024. Wind power from Ørsted's North Sea wind farm is
planned to generate the power for a 50-MW electrolyzer to
produce 9,000 tpy of H2
, which would replace 20% of the
natural gas-based H2 used at the refinery and avoid 80,000
metric tpy of CO2
-equivalent emissions.
The planned project is a step toward bp's promise to
reduce its fossil fuel production by 40% through 2030 and
increase its investment in sustainable energy solutions. bp
will take FID on the project this year, depending on EU funding.
The project is also intended to support a longer-term
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