Finland

Plug Power makes major strategic move into Finland's Green Hydrogen economy with its proven PEM electrolyser and Liquefaction technology

Plug plans to develop three green hydrogen production plants in Finland for European markets, working with multiple financial and industrial partners

Clean Power-to-Gas fuel production and CO2-free district heating plant planned in Pori

Nordic Ren-Gas develops Power-to-Gas facility to Pori. The target is to build Power-to-Gas plant, which produces renewable synthetic methane, green hydrogen, and district heating from the excess heat of the process

Clean Power-to-Gas fuel production and CO2-free district heating plant planned in Mikkeli

Nordic Ren-Gas develops Power-to-Gas facility to Mikkeli . The target is to build Power-to-Gas plant, which produces renewable synthetic methane, green hydrogen, and district heating from the excess heat of the process

Clean Power-to-Gas fuel production and CO2-free district heating plant planned in Kotka

Nordic Ren-Gas develops Power-to-Gas facility to Kotka. The target is to build Power-to-Gas plant, which produces renewable synthetic methane, green hydrogen, and district heating from the excess heat of the process

Clean Power-to-Gas fuel production and CO2-free district heating plant planned in Tampere Tarastenjärvi

Nordic Ren-Gas develops Power-to-Gas facility to Tampere. The target is to build Power-to-Gas plant, which produces renewable synthetic methane, green hydrogen, and district heating from the excess heat of the process

Norwegian Hydrogen acquires Finnish hydrogen refueling company HydRe Oy

Finnish hydrogen refuelling company, Hydre Oy, have been acquired by Norwegian Hydrogen AS of Norway. – We will be the leading hydrogen refueler for heavy duty vehicles in the Nordics, says Per Øyvind Voie, the company’s managing director for refuelling.

Flexens spin-off HydRe receives an 800,000 euro investment grant from the Finnish Energy Authority to build Finland’s first hydrogen refuelling station in Lieto

HydRe was founded at the beginning of 2022 as a Flexens spin-off company to develop a network of hydrogen refuelling stations for heavy transport in Northern Europe. In November, the HydRe team applied for a Finnish Energy Authority investment grant.

Six partners have signed a cooperation agreement to develop Nordic-Baltic Hydrogen Corridor

The EU member states are currently in the process of dynamic changes related to the energy transformation and the decarbonisation of the European economy. Hydrogen is expected to be one of the key fuels in the EU's energy transformation. Now, the gas transmission systems operators (TSOs) are moving in good collaboration from European Hydrogen Backbone (EHB) vision to action. On December 14, 2022 TSOs from six EU countries signed a cooperation agreement on a cross border project, Nordic-Baltic Hydrogen Corridor.

Finland’s largest hydrogen plant planned in Kokkola

Project developer Flexens Oy Ab and KIP Infra Oy, part of Kokkola city council, have signed a letter of intent regarding a land lease agreement for a facility with a hydrogen production capacity of approximately 300 megawatts in the Kokkola Industrial Park area. Such a facility would certify a strengthened energy and ammonia self-sufficiency for Finland.

Flexens and HydRe collaborate to launch hydrogen transport in Finland: Letter of intent signed with Lempäälän Energia

The Finnish companies Flexens and HydRe are preparing to pilot green hydrogen in Lempäälä, Finland. Flexens plans a small-scale green hydrogen production unit to be attached to Finland’s first hydrogen refuelling station. HydRe will provide the refuelling station.