MosaHYc, the first link in a cross-border hydrogen transport network in Europe

By ENGIE - 16 April 2024 - 15:22

ENGIE launches MosaHYc, its first low-carbon hydrogen transport project, between France and Germany, paving the way for a future European hydrogen network.


This project to convert a 90 km gas pipeline marks a significant step towards integrating hydrogen infrastructure in Europe, and will contribute to the growth of a renewable and low-carbon H2 market.


It's also a milestone for ENGIE in France, advancing the Group towards its goal of 700 km of dedicated hydrogen transport networks in Europe by 2030. Following the September 2023 inauguration of the first renewable hydrogen storage demonstrator in a salt cavern by Storengy, this new development showcases our commitment to adapting our infrastructure for green molecules.


The final investment decision, totaling €110 million, was signed by GRTgaz and its German partner, CREOS Deutschland, on April 10th, with operations set to begin in 2027. The first client will be the Dillingen steelworks site in Germany. The MosaHYc project enhances the economic and industrial attractiveness of these regions while meeting their decarbonization ambitions for industry and mobility.

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