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MosaHYc project, ENGIE is taking a first step towards 700 km of hydrogen transport networks by 2030

  • The ENGIE Group is delighted with the launch of mosaHYc, a cross-border hydrogen pipeline conversion project between France and Germany.
  • GRTgaz, owned 60/40 with Caisse des Dépôts, announced the final investment decision for the 90 km renewable or low carbon hydrogen network project with its partner CREOS Deutschland.
  • mosaHYc will connect the Grand Est (France), Saarland (Germany), and the Luxembourg border.

mosaHYc is a ~90 km long cross-border low-carbon hydrogen transport pipeline project with Germany. It represents a total investment of 110 million euros, including 40 million euros carried by GRTgaz.

GRTgaz, an independent subsidiary of the ENGIE group, is carrying out the French part of this project (~50 km, including 45 km of conversion – located in Moselle) and CREOS Deutschland is developing the German part (land of Saarland) of this project (~40 km ). It will interconnect the towns of Völklingen, Perl (Saar), Bouzonville, Carling and Saint Avold (Moselle).

The first customer is the site of the Sarrois steelmaker in Dillingen operated by RoheisenGessellscha Saar SHS, (Stahl Holding Saar group), located in Germany.

The final investment decision makes it possible to launch the phase of obtaining administrative authorizations then the phase of works and conversion of the network for commissioning planned for 2027.

The mosaHYc project contributes to strengthening the economic and industrial attractiveness of these territories while meeting their ambitions to decarbonize industry and mobility.

“The mosaHYc project has strategic value by being the first Franco-German link which opens the way to the development of a broader hydrogen network across Europe. This project accelerates the development of a renewable, low-carbon hydrogen market in Europe. It also contributes to our objective of 700 km of transport networks dedicated to hydrogen by 2030,” declared Cécile Prévieu, Deputy Managing Director of ENGIE in charge of Infrastructure activities.

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