Image credits Plan of a gigafactory for the production of green hydrogen by H2V - ©H2V - Visual for illustration purpose
1 minute read

A hydrogen gigafactory in Saint-Saulve

H2V will set up a green hydrogen gigafactory in Saint-Saulve near Valenciennes in two phases, the first for 2029 and the 2nd for 2031. 

It will create around a hundred direct jobs and between 50 and 100 indirect jobs, for an investment ranging from 450 to 500 million euros. We are talking about green hydrogen, because the electricity used for the electrolysis of water – a process which makes it possible to produce hydrogen – will be low carbon, either from nuclear power or from renewable energies.
And H2V, which will also set up the same type of factory in Loon-Plage, near Dunkirk, has chosen Valenciennois for its second establishment in our region, in order to supply industrial companies in this area such as LME, Toyota or Stellantis and even a little further in Belgium. Companies that will ultimately need to decarbonize their production.

Legal Disclaimer:
FranceBleu
GLOBAL FLOW CONTROL provides the information “as is” without warranty of any kind. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, images, videos, licenses, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information contained in this article. If you have any complaints or copyright issues related to this article, kindly contact the provider above. "

Latest News

  • Oil and Gas
    1 minute read

    GAIL India lines up Rs 50,000-cr…

    22 May. 2024 | Global Flow Control
  • LNG and Industrial Gases
    3 minutes read

    Egyptian player rolls up its sleeves…

    22 May. 2024 | Global Flow Control
  • Hydrogen and Carbon Capture
    2 minutes read

    Battery storage plant at Teesworks as…

    22 May. 2024 | Global Flow Control
  • Hydrogen and Carbon Capture
    2 minutes read

    Amp Energy finalizes agreements for 10…

    22 May. 2024 | Global Flow Control