Catalogue of Compacts


The Green Hydrogen Compact Catalogue is a platform for dialogue, multi-stakeholder collaboration and partnerships across the public, private and financial sectors to accelerate the development and expansion of the green hydrogen value chain worldwide.

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.


  • Tata Power

    TATA Power positions itself as a pioneer in Renewable Energy with plans to ramp up to 15 GW capacity by 2030. As per estimate, Green Hydrogen Demand in India is likely to be 19 Million Metric Ton Per Annum (Mt PA) which will require renewable capacity of 230 GW.

  • Green Hydrogen Catapult

    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: 

  • Electrochaea

    In the context of climate change and on the way to the net-zero goal renewable electricity generation is a key factor. Another cornerstone is the decarbonization of fossil based natural gas – the biggest energy import product into the EU today.

  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)

    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.

  • Avangrid

    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.

  • EDP

    With a strong commitment in supporting decarbonization efforts worldwide, EDP views renewable hydrogen as a complementary solution to its current activities in renewables, electricity storage, electric mobility and energy efficiency. 

  • RWE

    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.

  • BPP

    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.

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