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Global Hydrogen (Energy) Market Report, 2021 – Market Outlook, Trends, and Key Country Analysis

GlobalData's latest report "Global Hydrogen (Energy) Market Report, 2021 – Market Outlook, Trends, and Key Country Analysis" offers comprehensive information and understanding of the global hydrogen market. The report analyzes the current trend and future potential of hydrogen market at regional (Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific) and key countries (the US, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Japan, Australia, and South Korea) level.

The report analyzes the hydrogen market in terms of production during the period 2014 – 2023 and demand during the period 2030 – 2070. The report provides insight into the major technology trends in the hydrogen industry over the next two to three years, cost factors, value chain, recent market deals, milestones, policies and initiatives, top company profiles, and key projects. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.


The report analyses battery energy storage system market. Its scope includes –

– The report provides hydrogen market analysis at global, regional level and key countries including the US, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Japan, Australia, and South Korea.

– The report offers global production for the period 2014 – 2023, global demand for the period 2030 – 2070, and electrolyzer capacity addition for the period 2014 – 2023.

– Qualitative analysis of hydrogen production cost by technology, cost factors, green hydrogen competitiveness, and major technology trends in the hydrogen industry.

– The report provides market value chain, recent market deals, milestones, policies and initiatives, top company profiles, and key projects.

Reasons to Buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to –

– Facilitate decision-making by analyzing market data on hydrogen market

– Develop strategies based on developments in the hydrogen market

– Identify key partners and business-development avenues, based on an understanding of the movements of the major competitors in the hydrogen market

– Respond to your competitors' business structure, strategies, and prospects

Companies Mentioned

Hazer Group, McPhy Energy, ITM Power, Vision Hydrogen, Progressive Energy, PowerHouse Energy, Sino-Platinum Metals, Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd, Hexagon Composit, Kolon Industries, Ballard Power Systems, Proton Power System, Bloom EnergCorp, Ceres Power Holding, Powercell Sweden, Linde AG, Air Liquide SA, Air Productions and Chemicals, Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corp, Orsted AS, Uniper, Xcel Energy, Vattenfall, Verbund, Korea Electric Power, Toyota Motor Corp, Suzuki, General Motors, Scania, Daimler AG, Hyundai Motor Corp, Honda Motor Co Ltd, Pipistrel, ZeroAvia, Alaka’i Technologies, ZeroAvia, Pipistrel, HES Energy Systems, Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB), Windcat Workboats, Tsuneishi Facilities & Craft (TFC), Vattenfall, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas), ABB, Siemens AG, Infinite Blue Energy (IBE), Volkswagen AG, Tata Motors Limited, Alstom SA, Eversholt Rail Group, East Japan Railway Company (JR-EAST), Stadler Rail AG, Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français (SNCF), Anglo American, McPhy Energy SA

Table of Contents

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1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

2.1 Hydrogen, Overview

2.2 Hydrogen, Colours of Hydrogen

Brown Hydrogen

Grey Hydrogen

Blue Hydrogen

Green Hydrogen

2.3 Hydrogen, Production

Steam Methane Reforming

Coal Gasification


3. Hydrogen, Market by End-Users

3.1 Refining

3.2 Chemicals

3.3 Steel

3.4 Power Generation

3.5 Transportation

3.6 Buildings (Heating)

4. Hydrogen, Market Size and Growth

4.1 Hydrogen Production

Low-Carbon Hydrogen Production

4.2 Hydrogen Demand

Global Pure Hydrogen Demand

Global hydrogen production in the Sustainable Development Scenario

4.3 Hydrogen Cost

Hydrogen Production Cost by Technology

Cost Factors

Scaling Up Electrolysers

Green Hydrogen Competitiveness

Hydrogen Cost Reduction by 2030

4.4 Electrolyzer Capacity

5. Hydrogen, Trends

5.1 Technology Trends

5.2 Macroeconomic Trends

5.3 Regulatory trends

6. Hydrogen, Value Chain

6.1 Energy Input

6.2 Production


Partial Oxidation


6.3 Transport

6.4 Storage

6.5 End-User

7. Hydrogen and Renewables

7.1 Future Trends

7.2 Shift towards Green Hydrogen

7.3 Role of Hydrogen for Decarbonization

7.4 Competitiveness

8. Hydrogen, Americas

8.1 Overview

DOE Hydrogen Program Plan

Hydrogen in Latin America

Scaling up of Green Hydrogen projects in North America

8.2 Hydrogen Strategy, US

8.3 Hydrogen Strategy, Canada

8.4 Policy Landscape, Americas

9. Hydrogen, Europe

9.1 Overview

Road Map to 2050

Hydrogen Strategy

European Green Deal Investment Plan

National Hydrogen Strategies of EU Countries

Planned Power-to-Hydrogen Projects

Annual Hydrogen Demand Per Segment

9.2 Hydrogen Strategy, Germany

9.3 Hydrogen Strategy, France

9.4 Hydrogen Strategy, Spain

9.5 Policy Landscape, Europe

10. Hydrogen, Asia Pacific

10.1 Overview

10.2 Hydrogen Strategy, Japan

10.3 Hydrogen Strategy, Australia

10.4 Hydrogen Strategy, South Korea

10.5 Policy Landscape, Asia Pacific

11. Hydrogen, Projects, Deals, and Milestones

11.1 Hydrogen, Projects

Global Projects

Brief Review of Major Hydrogen Projects

11.2 Hydrogen, Deals

11.3 Hydrogen, Milestones

12. Hydrogen, Major Companies

12.1 Hydrogen, Major Participants in the Hydrogen Value Chain

12.2 Hydrogen, Leading Companies

12.3 Hydrogen, Company Profiles

Air Liquide SA

Linde AG

McPhy Energy SA

Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd

Bloom Energy Corp

Orsted AS

13. Appendix

13.1 Abbreviations

13.2 Bibliography

13.3 Research Methodology

Primary Research

Secondary Research

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List of Tables

Table 1: Hydrogen, Carbon Capture, and Storage Projects

Table 2: Hydrogen, Routes for low-carbon hydrogen production

Table 3: Hydrogen, Technology Trends

Table 4: Hydrogen, Macroeconomic Trends

Table 5: Hydrogen, Technology Trends

Table 6: Hydrogen, Routes of Hydrogen in Heating Supply in Buildings

Table 7: Hydrogen, Policies in Latin America

Table 8: Hydrogen, US Hydrogen Enablers Road Map

Table 9: Hydrogen, America, Policy Landscape

Table 10: Hydrogen, National Hydrogen Strategies of EU Countries

Table 11: Hydrogen, Expected progress towards the EU hydrogen strategy targets

Table 12: Hydrogen, Europe, Policy Landscape

Table 13: Hydrogen, Asia Pacific, Policy Landscape

Table 14: Hydrogen, Major Hydrogen Projects

Table 15: Asian Renewable Energy Hub

Table 16: NORTH2

Table 17: NEOM Hydrogen Project

Table 18: Jingneng Power’s Inner Mongolia Hydrogen Project

Table 19: HyGreen Provence

Table 20: Hyport Oostende Hydrogen Project

Table 21: Hydrogen, Deals

Table 22: Milestones in the story of hydrogen

Table 23: Hydrogen, Key participants in the Hydrogen Value Chain

Table 24: Hydrogen, Leading companies in hydrogen theme

Table 25: Hydrogen, Air Liquide SA

Table 26: Hydrogen, Linde AG, Engineering

Table 27: Hydrogen, McPhy Energy SA

Table 28: Hydrogen, Impala Platinum Holdings

Table 29: Hydrogen, Bloom Energy Corp

Table 30: Hydrogen, Orsted AS

Table 31: Abbreviations

List of Figures

Figure 1: Hydrogen, Colors of Hydrogen

Figure 2: Hydrogen, Steam Methane Reforming Process

Figure 3: Hydrogen, Coal Gasification Process

Figure 4: Hydrogen, Working Principle of Electrolysis

Figure 5: Hydrogen, Hydrogen Production by source, 2020

Figure 6: Hydrogen, Low Carbon Hydrogen Production (Mt/year), 2014 – 2023

Figure 7: Hydrogen, Hydrogen production potential across regions

Figure 8: Hydrogen, Global Pure Hydrogen Demand, 2000 – 2020

Figure 9: Hydrogen, Global Hydrogen Demand, by Sector, Sustainable Development Scenario, 2030 – 2070

Figure 10: Hydrogen, Average Hydrogen Production Cost by Technology

Figure 11: Hydrogen, Step Changes to achieve Green Hydrogen Competitiveness

Figure 12: Hydrogen, Electrolyzer Capacity Addition (MW/yr), 2014 – 2023

Figure 13: Hydrogen, Energy Value Chain

Figure 14: Hydrogen, Storage

Figure 15: Hydrogen, Benefits of Hydrogen for EU, by 2050

Figure 16: Hydrogen, Cumulative planned PtH projects, 2020 – 2019

Figure 17: Hydrogen, Annual Hydrogen Demand Per Segment, 2030 and 2050

Figure 18: Hydrogen, Global Hydrogen Projects


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