The Catalogue provides a unique analysis of the current landscape of green hydrogen by collecting and showcasing voluntary commitments from stakeholders active in all parts of the green hydrogen value chain, from financing and production of renewable energy to production of green hydrogen and derivatives and its off-takers. Through showcasing the action being taken by stakeholders across the value chain, the Catalogue aims to spark dialogue and collaboration and inspire further commitments.
Green Hydrogen Strategy, which seeks to position Chile as the cheapest producer of green hydrogen on Earth. To fully achieve this, the Strategy sets goals such as having 5 GW of electrolysis capacity under development by 2025, and being a leading exporter of green hydrogen and derivatives by 2030.
For Germany to become greenhouse gas neutral and meet its international obligations under the Paris Agreement, hydrogen needs to be established as a decarbonisation option. This applies in particular to those areas that cannot be decarbonised with the direct use of renewable electricity.
Namibia is resolutely committed to the Paris Agreement, and to taking practical and ambitious action to reduce emissions and ensure a climate-resilient economy. The commitment of the Paris Climate Accords and ambitions of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals require ambitious policy commitment and Actual Projects to execute.
Commercially viable Floating Offshore Wind (FOW) is stimulating interest in sustainable, low-cost Green-Hydrogen (H2) production. Using energy from floating wind farms (FWFs) to generate Green-H2 offers a viable renewable energy store, balancing generation with demand, working towards achieving a Net Zero economy, diversifying available energy sources whilst decreasing the industry’s carbon footprint.
Our organization is willing to offer decarbonization solutions: We produce renewable electricity. Thereupon, we are producing green hydrogen via water electrolysis at industrial scale in order to supply our partners in particular from the energy-intensive industries such as steel, chemicals or refinery.
AVANGRID is committed to leading the clean energy transition and climate solution. As part of this mission, we submitted several responses to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Hydrogen Energy Earthshot Request for Information (RFI), which we expect to lead to the deployment of large-scale hydrogen demonstration projects.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is a fund management company dedicated to greenfield renewable energy infrastructure meaning that CIP will be developing, constructing and operating renewable energy projects, such as offshore/onshore wind, solar PV and Power-to-X plants.
The Green Hydrogen Catapult initiative aims to spur the development of still nascent green hydrogen markets in order to limit temperature increases to 1.5 degrees. The initiative and its corporate and institutional partners are working to deliver this positive impact through direct and indirect measures, such as: