Germany's seven largest hydrogen projects in the area of production and infrastructure


In the Clean Hydrogen Coastline project, companies around the Oldenburg energy supplier EWE are planning a "Hydrogen Center Northwest" (Source: EWE AG)

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The Franco-German infrastructure project RHYn Interco will connect South Baden and the Upper Rhine with French and international hydrogen production plants. (Source: Badenova Netze GmbH)

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In the flow - making hydrogen happen project, the three TSOs Gascade, Ontras and Terranets BW want to provide a 1,100 km long hydrogen network. (Source: GASCADE Gastransport GmbH/ flow - making hydrogen happen)

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The Bad Lauchstädt Energy Park is a joint project in which a hydrogen value chain is being modeled for the first time in a very small space. (Source: Bad Lauchstädt Energy Park)


GET H2 Nukleus is a sub-project of the GET H2 hydrogen initiative, which aims at the large-scale production of hydrogen and the construction of 130 km of infrastructure between Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. (Source: RWE/GET H2)

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In the IPCEI joint project doing hydrogen, companies from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Brandenburg, Berlin, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt are linking their projects to establish an "East German hydrogen hub" by 2026. (Source: ONTRAS Gastransport GmbH)

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The initiative plans to install a total capacity of 10 GW of electrolysis capacity at offshore stations in the North Sea by 2035. (Source: AquaVentus Förderverein e. V. / Jakob Martens Studios)