2022 will mark a turning point in the history of green hydrogen. A year during which ENGIE drives ahead with innovation, research, and project development, but also the year we pass major, concrete milestones: investment decisions, inaugurations and commissioning. Playing a central role as a driving force, ENGIE supports the emergence of this promising sector as it believes that stepping up to an industrial scale is what makes the energy transition possible, we are actively involved in almost 100 projects, of all sizes and stages of maturity, in industry, mobility and networks.For the last five years, ENGIE has been focusing on pilot projects, with the aim of stepping up to an industrial scale as quickly as possible. 2022 is a year of acceleration, as projects are commissioned, implemented, or signed: the Group is actively involved in almost 100 green hydrogen projects, at different stages of maturity and across ten different countries. The often-unprecedented solutions these projects enable us to offer address complex and ambitious technical challenges. One such example is the Reuze project in Dunkirk, northern France, run in partnership with Infinium. The project aims to decarbonise the port's industrial production and generate synthetic fuels for sea and air transport (by combining green H2 with CO2).