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Welcome to the Hydrogen Infrastructure Map!

Joint initiative of ENTSOG, GIE, EUROGAS, CEDEC, GD4S, and GEODE

The REPowerEU Plan introduced actions to rapidly reduce dependence on Russian fossil fuels and speed up  the green transition. For accelerating hydrogen projects development, REPowerEU set a target of 10 million tonnes of domestic renewable hydrogen production and 10 million tonnes of imports by 2030.

It was acknowledged that accelerated efforts are needed to deploy hydrogen infrastructure for producing, storing, importing and transporting 20 million tonnes of hydrogen by 2030 – a significant contribution to decarbonising our economy while guaranteeing security of supply.

ENTSOG, GIE, CEDEC, Eurogas, GEODE, GD4S in cooperation with European Hydrogen Backbone based on 36th European Gas Regulatory Forum conclusions started a bottom-up process to gather all relevant hydrogen infrastructure projects with the aim to present the data in an interactive, user-friendly and publicly accessible map that could be used by stakeholders and policy makers. The interactive Hydrogen Infrastructure map brings together the hydrogen perspective and projects of Transmission System Operators (TSOs) of gas, Distribution System Operators (DSOs), Storage System Operators (SSOs) and LNG System Operators (LSOs), as well as third party promoters developing projects in consortia along the whole value-chain.

Transmission 2024 new
Transmission 2024 Mix
Transmission 2024 conversion
Conversion of existing infrastructure
Distribution 2024
High Pressure Distribution
High Pressure Distribution 2024 New
High Pressure Distribution 2024 Mix
Terminals and ports
Terminals and Ports 2024
Terminals and Ports
Demand and Production
Production 2024
Storage Aquifer 2024
Storage Depleted field 2024
Depleted field
Storage Salt cavern 2024
Salt cavern
Storage Surface storage 2024
Surface storage & other types
Underground vertical storage
Underground vertical storage

How to navigate

The interactive map includes hydrogen infrastructure projects and shows the development of projects up to 2050. The projects are split into 6 categories including transmission pipelines, distribution pipelines, terminals and ports, storages, as well as demand and production projects.

The map allows to zoom in/out on a specific country or region using the zoom in feature in the left corner. Navigation through the map is available by scrolling and moving the cursor over the map.

The Layers icon located at the top right of the map allows the user to switch on and off each of the 6 project categories.

There is a search tool at the top left of the map that allows the user to search for projects by project name or promoter name.

The map includes a sidebar on the left side, which includes three tabs:

  • The Legend tab provides information on the icons used for the different project categories.
  • The Filter tab allows the user to select and display specific projects by name.
  • The PCI/PMI tab allows the user to display projects that have been granted European Commission PCI or PMI status.

The transmission projects are visualised with lines, while other projects are visualised with symbols, indicated in the legend. The projects are differentiated based on whether they are ‘new’ (newly build infrastructure for hydrogen use), ‘conversion of existing infrastructure’ (conversion of existing gas infrastructure asset for hydrogen use), ‘new and converted’ (partly newly built + partly converted).

Some distribution projects have the label of ‘completed’ (projects including studies and trial use of hydrogen successfully conducted in the past) and some high-pressure distribution projects are depicted as dotted lines. All the information is also available in the legend below the map.

The project’s information can be displayed by clicking the cursor over a symbol or a line. The pop-up window shows specific information including project name, promotor name, project type, description, and additional information.

The projects’ location is approximate and for some less advanced projects indicative as the respective project is still in an early stage in the process.

By clicking the Home icon under the zoom tool, the map view will revert to default view.

Key numbers


Hydrogen transmission projects


Hydrogen distribution projects


Hydrogen storage projects


Hydrogen terminals & ports projects


Hydrogen demand projects


Hydrogen production projects
Gert de Block, Secretary General CEDEC

Gert De Block Secretary General, CEDEC

“To make the most of the hydrogen potential, a coordinated and integrated planning for future energy infrastructure is key. DSOs have the crucial task of connecting H2 production and demand and support the uptake of H2 by the industrial and residential sector. Local hydrogen is already there, its distribution is growing, and will help exploit local synergies, make the most of renewables and promoting circularity of the energy system.”

Boyana Achovski, Secretary General, GIE

Boyana Achovski Secretary General, GIE

“Hydrogen infrastructure must be seen as a whole ecosystem. It’s clear when looking at this map. It illustrates that existing gas infrastructure operators are already developing multiple projects that will support the development of the hydrogen economy, contributing as well to REPowerEU targets. Transmission, distribution, storage, import terminals: they will all play a role in accelerating Europe’s decarbonisation journey.”

Dr James Watson, Secretary General, Eurogas

Dr James Watson Secretary General, Eurogas

“Gas distribution system operators are perfectly placed to connect decentralised renewable energy production to end users, through existing networks and connections. If Europe is going to achieve the REPowerEU targets, we need to stay focused and plan together across the gas value chain, and with the connected businesses and communities. This map shows both the good work achieved to date and how far we have to go.”

Carmen Gimeno, Secretary General, GEODE

Carmen Gimeno Secretary General, GEODE

“DSOs are central for the hydrogen economy to blossom. The distribution projects included in this map highlight that this is now more evident than ever. The establishment of an equally adequate regulatory framework will provide the holistic structure needed to fully enable this promising development.”

Piotr Kuś, General Director, ENTSOG

Piotr Kuś General Director, ENTSOG

“This comprehensive Hydrogen Infrastructure map shows the value of collaborative action needed to achieve the REPowerEU hydrogen targets. Transparent project information and joined-up thinking is key. Gas TSOs, with their established infrastructure planning and development expertise, bring essential contribution in this regard.”

Raul Suarez

Raúl Suarez President, GD4S

“Gas distribution grids are ready for hydrogen and are key players of the future hydrogen market. This map demonstrates that hydrogen is already a reality at the distribution level. With the right support from the EU institutions, the entire value chain must mobilize to ensure that we reach the ambitions of REPowerEU in a fast and affordable way. Gas DSOs are part of the solution and ready to deliver.”


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The European Commission in the 36th European Gas Regulatory Forum (Madrid Forum) mandated ENTSOG, EUROGAS, GIE, GEODE, GD4S and CEDEC (herein after referred to as the “Associations”) to visualize all hydrogen infrastructure projects collected under different existing processes in a form of a map (the “Joint Initiative”).  The information provided on this map was prepared on the basis of information collected from sources publicly available on a best effort basis and based on current status. These data and information collected are published for informative and indicative purposes only and does not reflect true-to-scale representation of the infrastructure. The information provided undergoes an iterative review. All content is provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind as to the completeness, accuracy, fitness for any particular purpose or any use of results based on this information and the Associations hereby expressly disclaim. All warranties and representations, whether expressly or implied, including without limitation, warranties or representations of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are done so without commitment. In particular, the publication of specific hydrogen infrastructure projects related information and data does not provide any guarantee of the realisation of such projects.

The Associations involved in this initiative are not liable for any consequence resulting from the reliance and/or the use of any information hereby provided. The reader in its capacity as professional individual or entity shall be responsible for seeking to verify the accurate and relevant information needed for its own assessment and decision and shall be responsible for use of the document or any part of it for any purpose other than that for which it is intended. The Associations assume no liability for the content of external links to other websites. The operators of the linked pages are solely responsible for their content. The associations engage the services of consultants for the purpose of communication, technical and mapping support during the development this Joint Initiative.

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It is planned to update the Hydrogen Infrastructure Map twice a year – in Q2 and Q4.