The pipeline of hydrogen projects is continuing to grow, but actual deployment is lagging.
680 large-scale project proposals worth USD 240 billion have been put forward, but only about
10% (USD 22 billion) have reached final investment decision (FID). While Europe leads in proposed
investments (~30%), China is slightly ahead on actual deployment of electrolyzers (200 MW), while
Japan and South Korea are leading in fuel cells (more than half of the world’s 11 GW manufacturing
capacity). Read on to learn more (pages can be advanced by the arrows in the bottom left side of the title page).