Hydrogen: energy carrier for the future

Hydrogen – and particularly low-carbon, renewable hydrogen – has emerged as one of the possible responses to the problems of climate change, a source of reindustrialisation and greater attractiveness for the territories, and a route to energy sovereignty. However, getting hydrogen used more widely involves the construction of a truly competitive industry. At Teréga, we are contributing to its rollout through our support for largescale infrastructure projects.

Supporting the development of hydrogen

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Hydrogen: Challenges and opportunities

We are looking into all the issues associated with hydrogen, with the aim of playing our part in the construction of a sector capable of speeding up developments in its use.

Decarbonised hydrogen production

As industry has known for many years, the challenge now is to develop decarbonised methods for producing hydrogen.

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Hydrogen transport

We are working to adapt our gas infrastructures to allow the injection of hydrogen, either in a mixture into the gas grid, or in its pure form into a dedicated transport grid.

Study of hydrogen storage in the Jupiter 1000 project

Hydrogen storage

We are looking for the best solutions to overcome the challenge of storage and encourage the largescale development of the hydrogen industry.


HySoW project

Discover the secrets of this hydrogen transport and storage infrastructure project in the heart of the South West.

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H2 and CO2 Call for Expressions of Interest

From 26 June to 13 October 2023, you can respond to our first Call for Expression of Interest dedicated to the transport and storage of hydrogen (H2) and/or carbon dioxide (CO2).

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Hydrogen projects

Teréga, as a committed actor, intends to adopt a proactive approach and accelerate hydrogen’s deployment. To that end, the Group has involved itself in two large-scale projects: H2Med-BarMar and HySoW.