ENGIE is a global reference in low-carbon energy and services.
Together with our 170,000 employees, our customers, partners and stakeholders, we are committed to accelerating the transition towards a carbon-neutral world, through reduced energy consumption and more environmentally-friendly solutions. Inspired by our purpose (“raison d’être”), we reconcile economic performance with a positive impact on people and the planet, building on our key businesses (gas, renewable energy, services) to offer competitive solutions to our customers.
In the hydrogen sector, ENGIE is a front-runner since 2017 in the development of an industrial-scale hydrogen economy worldwide.
Our ambition is to support the decarbonization of industrial and mobility applications around the world.
With our experts fully dedicated to hydrogen, we are the long-term partner for our customers, securing each step of a project, from origination to operation at the gigawatt scale.
We are actively involved in almost 100 hydrogen projects worldwide, of all sizes and stages of maturity, and aim by 2030 to develop and operate 4 GW of green hydrogen capacity, 700 km of dedicated hydrogen networks, 1 TWh of storage capacity, and more than 100 refueling stations.
Through our hub strategy, we have a unique positioning and value proposition to unlock the full potential of renewables.
Our presence along the entire H2 value chain helps us develop a wide range of scalable and replicable solutions.
In Portugal ENGIE is the second-largest player in electricity generation of the country, with a diversified portfolio of energy sources, which includes approximately 10% of the wind power generated nationally. With hydro and wind, ENGIE share in the Portuguese renewable energy production accounts for 15%.”
More info about ENGIE in Portugal: https://www.engie.pt/en/engie-in-portugal/the-group-in-portugal/
ENGIE, thanks to its hydrogen expertise on several projects worldwide and its presence in the country through its subsidiaries Trustenergy, Ocean winds and Movhera among others, intends to significantly contribute to the sustainability goals of the Sines region and Portugal, providing an important input to the European energy roadmap.
In the Netherlands-HyNetherlands: On the site of Eemshaven gas-fired power plant in the north of the country, ENGIE, OCI and EEWare developing* a large-scale green hydrogen project to contribute to the Dutch government’s ambition to achieve carbon neutrality as well as exiting gas production activities in the region. Called HyNetherlands, this project will have a capacity of production of 100 MW electrolysis from 2025 onwards from nearby renewable energies, such as offshore wind power.
In the South of France - Masshylia: One of the largest French renewable hydrogen production site. ENGIE and TotalEnergies will jointly design, build and operate* one of the largest French renewable hydrogen production sites in the South of France (Châteauneuf-les-Martigues) to supply TotalEnergie’s biorefinery in La Mède, avoiding the emission of 33,500 tons of CO2 per year.
In the North of France - “Reuze: Together with Infinium ENGIE will develop* a project to produce synthetic fuels in Dunkirk for use in air and sea transport. Infinium’s exclusive technology will be used to produce these ultra-low-carbon e-fuels. 300,000 tons of CO2 will be captured by ArcelorMittal from his steel production facilities and then combined with green hydrogen, produced by a 400 MW electrolyzer installed by ENGIE, which will act on the project as a global integrator.
In Australia – Yuri : Yara Pilbara and ENGIE will build a green hydrogen production facility in Australia to produce renewable ammonia. The project has received AUD 42.5 million capital expenditure grant allocation from the Australian government as part of the country’s renewable hydrogen roll-out.
In South Africa – The First hydrogen mining truck: ENGIE and Anglo American have partnered to co-create South Africa’s first renewable hydrogen-powered mining truck to replace diesel power. ENGIE will provide the hydrogen production solutions and Anglo American will develop the vehicle.
* Subject to obtaining the necessary financial support and public authorizations