Global Hydrogen Energy Transition Market Outlook and Trends, Q3 2021

Interest in the hydrogen sector as a way to accelerate the energy transition is growing rapidly and the low-carbon hydrogen project pipeline now represents over 20 mpta of potential capacity. 85% of this capacity comes from green hydrogen projects, though the majority is still in feasibility stage. The announcement of new deals and policies in the hydrogen sector also continues at pace as companies and governments look to capture value in this growing sector across the value chain. There is a need to accelerate transition strategies across sectors and geographies to achieve climate global goals, and hydrogen development is expected to have a major part to play in the energy sector to facilitate achievement of these targets.

Scope

Hydrogen quarterly changes, Q2 2021.

Total upcoming capacity and 2030 market size scenarios, highlighting recently announced projects by capacity, countries and regions.

Trends over deals, partnerships, and M&A.

Global policy support and financial incentives.

Reasons to buy

Identify the last market trends by quarter and key players in hydrogen technologies.

Develop market insight of current, in development and announced capacity and latest trends of the sector.

Understand the different scenarios for 2030 based on the likeliness of the projects.

Facilitate the understanding on how and where the market is growing as it is rapidly scaling up to position as one of the main topics of the international agenda.

Companies mentioned

NortH2, Asian Renewable Energy Hub, Equinor OGE Thyssenkrupp JV, OQ SAOC, InterContinental Energy Ltd., Enertech Holding Company, Svevind, Silver Frog, Mitsubishi Power , Loop energy, Nel ASA, Fusion Fuel Green, Iberdrola SA, Toyota Motors, Siemens Energy

Table of Contents

1. Overview

1.1 Executive Summary

1.2 Index

1.3 Quarterly snapshot

2. Low Carbon Hydrogen Capacity Outlook

2.1 Installation Capacity

2.2 Major upcoming projects

2.3 Production capacity and market size scenarios to 2030

2.4 Key developments

3. Deals & Contracts

3.1 Partnerships

3.2 M&A

3.3 Venture finance

4. Policy Support

4.1 Supporting policy

4.2 Global incentives

List of Tables

Table 1: top 10 low carbon hydrogen plants 9

Table 2: M&A deals for Q2-2021 15

Table 3: Venture Finance deals for Q2-2021 16

Table 4: Partnerships Q2-2021 17

Table 5: International Cooperation Policies 19

Table 6: Q2- 2021 Key Policy Changes 22

List of Figures

Figure 1: GlobalData Hydrogen Stock Index 5

Figure 2: Countries announcing new clean H2 plants – Q2 2021 6

Figure 4: Total Hydrogen Announced Capacity (mtpa) 8

Figure 5: Total Upcoming and Post-Feasibility Regional Capacity (mtpa) 8

Figure 6: Major upcoming clean hydrogen plants map 10

Figure 7: 2030 Hydrogen capacity scenarios (mtpa) 11

Figure 8: Countries with highest cumulative upcoming capacity (mtpa) 12

Figure 9: Deals comparative 2020 – 2021 14

Figure 10: M&A Type – Q2 2021 15

Figure 11: M&A Value – Q2 2021 (US$ mil) 15

Figure 12: Venture finance Disclosed Deal Value (US$mil) 16

Figure 13: Partnerships Numbers Q2-2021 17

Figure 14:Partnerships Regions for Development Q2-2021 17

Figure 15: Partnerships Main Topics 17

Figure 16: Companies with more partnerships this quarter 17

Figure 17: Global and Financial Incentives 20

Figure 18: National Low Carbon Hydrogen Strategies in Major Economies 21

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