Green hydrogen, which is mainly produced by water electrolysis using renewable electricity, is one of the levers that will speed up the transition to a carbon neutral future: development of green mobility, decarbonisation of large-scale industrial uses of hydrogen (fertilisers, refineries, chemicals, etc.), improved integration of intermittent renewable energies into the energy system, massive storage of the surplus electricity generated.
Usable in addition to all green energies to satisfy and decarbonise many uses, hydrogen can become the pillar of 100% renewable regions.
Renewable hydrogen solutions across the entire value chain
ENGIE has positioned itself as a major player in renewable hydrogen and operates along the entire length of the hydrogen value chain – from production of renewable energies to end uses:
Green hydrogen – an essential component of the energy mix:
- store energy and make it available when renewables are not producing electricity
- develop more sustainable forms of mobility
- decarbonise industrial uses
From research to marketing, we are involved in production through to end uses: strategy, design, engineering, building low-energy assets, digital platforms, operation, funding and performance obligation.