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Global hydrogen projects grow 36pc in six months

Most commercial-scale projects of 1GW or larger will come onstream in 2025 or after, analysis by Aurora Energy Research shows

There are 342.9GW worth of hydrogen projects planned globally, an increase of 36pc, or 91.4 GW, since April 2021, according to a new report from consultancy Aurora Energy Research. Three particularly large projects have been announced in the last six months: a 30GW project in Kazakhstan; the 28GW Western Green Energy Hub in Australia; and the 18GW Aman development in Mauritania. Aurora’s model shows that most commercial-scale projects of 1GW or larger will come onstream in 2025 or after—before that most deployments will be pilot projects with electrolysers smaller than 1GW. Roughly half of the total planned electrolyser capacity is due for deployment in 2030. In its hydrogen strategy, the



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