HDF Energy accélère le développement de centrales électriques à hydrogène aux Philippines
HDF and MinDa sign an MoU to develop Renewstable hydrogen power plants in the Philipinnes
HDF Energy et Tripatra Engineering signent un protocole d'accord pour le projet HyPower
HDF Energy Signs MOU With Zimbabwe’s ZETDC For Utility-Scale Solar Project + Green Hydrogen Storage
DFC aide HDF Energy à développer des centrales électriques à hydrogène vert en Indonésie
HDF Energy signed a MoU with the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources' Survey and testing center to cooperate on Hydrogen studies to support Renewstable ® Power Plant
IFC, IDB Invest partner with HDF Energy and Rubis to develop first green H2 power plant in Barbados
HDF Energy vise l’Indonésie pour déployer ses centrales solaires avec stockage en hydrogène
C’est quoi ces « centrales vertes » révolutionnaires qu’une entreprise française exporte dans le monde ?
Capacity Solar Hydrogen PPA In French Guiana
EDF Turns Offtaker For World’s ‘Largest’ Green Hydrogen-Power Project
HDF Energy breaks ground on world’s largest green hydrogen-power project – Launches project in Africa
Hydrogène : lancement en Guyane de la première centrale d'énergie renouvelable en continu
HDF inicia la construcción de la primera central de energía renovable no intermitente del mundo.
Hydrogène de France compte lever 100 millions d'euros en bourse pour devenir industriel et énergéticien
Dans les locaux d'Hydrogène de France pour découvrir son projet d'introduction en Bourse
Hydrogène de France va produire ses piles à combustible géantes chez l’ex-Ford Blanquefort
Hydrogène de France to invest 15 million Euros to build new hydrogen fuel cell plant in Blanquefort
Atos et HDF Energy développent le premier datacenter fonctionnant à l’hydrogène vert...
La industria marítima, un paso más cerca de impulsarse con sistemas de celdas de combustible.
Использование топливных элементов для энергоснабжения крупных судов становится ближе благодаря ABB
Swakopmund project, Namibia.
Last week, HDF attended and spoke at the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue about the importance role of hydrogen on the energy transition. Two interesting and inspiring days, to exchange with Honorable Ministers of Energy from all around the world on the importance to go from ambition to action.
HDF Energy furthers the development of its Renewstable power plants in Asia, signing in the Philippines of a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Mindanao Development Authority, the Zamboanga Sibugay Provincial Government, a group of municipalities on the island of Olutanga and the Zamboanga del Sur II Electric Cooperative for the development of Renewstable® power plants
On October 4th, the Hydrogen Energy Ministerial Meeting took place in Japan.
We are glad that HDF work on the first commercial scale green hydrogen project in Indonesia has been recognized by H.E. Arifin Tasrif, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, the Republic of Indonesia.
In coordination with various International Agencies, and with our last great milestones (Company IPO and the PPA and construction of CEOG project), HDF is accelerating the development of its projects in Indonesia and Asia.
HDF Energy was invited to present on Renewstable power plant updates in Indonesia before, Mr Suharso Monoarfa, the Minister of National Development Planning of Indonesia and, Mr Viktor Laiskodat, the Governor of NTT during the Coordination Meeting between the Ministry with the local governments of four districts in Sumba, held in Waikabubak, West Sumba on June 5, 2021.
HDF highlights the progress of its Renewstable power plants in development in NTT province, including Sumba. By delivering stable and reliable power to the grid, those projects are in line with Mr Jokowi ambition to accompany economic and social growth in East Indonesia.
Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (NREEC) of Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR), UK FCDO Mentari, and HDF Energy organized a half-day workshop about 'Green Hydrogen Technology to Support Renewable Energy Development in Indonesia'. The workshop was organized in response to request from the DG NREEC. The workshop was held on 28 April 2021.
Participants included MEMR, Bappenas, PT PLN (national utility company), National Energy Council, BPPT, development agencies, and UK FCDO Mentari.
The Directorate General of New and Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia, Dr Ir Dadan Kusdiana MSc, highlights Renewstable power plant of HDF Energy as one of the hydrogen agendas to push in the country, during the Indonesia Hydrogen Energy Outlook meeting, held virtually on February 19, 2021. In his presentation, the Director General briefly explained how Renewstable works and stated the bankability of the power plant. Mr Dadan Kusdiana believe that addressing the energy stakeholders concerns on hydrogen safety, bankability and replicability will be keys to accelerate the development of hydrogen power to power application in Indonesia.
On July 21st, HDF Energy participated in the LATAMrenovables2020 Congress, organized by AUDER (the Uruguayan Association of Renewable Energies), to present the development of hydrogen projects in Latin America. HDF Energy was invited to present the CEOG project, located in French Guiana, which demonstrates the market-readiness of hydrogen infrastructures for power generation.
On January 31st, HDF Energy met an Indonesian delegation led by Mr Suharso MONOARFA, Minister of BAPPENAS (National Development Planning).
The meeting took place at the Indonesian Embassy in France with Mr Ambassador NASIR and a representative of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
HDF Energy had the opportunity to present its ambitions for Indonesia and how its renewstable® power plant would accompany renewable energies integration and economic growth.
Empowering Remote Communities – Cape Yorkproject
Renewstable: a green, firm and stable electricity generation
ClearGen project: a large-scale Fuel Cell (1 MW) in the refinery at la Martinique
Hydrogen: The Missing Link in the Energy Transition