Norway’s Ministry of Climate and Environment owned Enova is supporting the establishment of 5 production plants for renewable hydrogen along the Norwegian coast with NOK 669 million & 7 pioneering hydrogen & ammonia powered vessels with NOK 451.3 million. The five production facilities for renewable hydrogen will establish an infrastructure that will enable further technology development in the industry. The hubs will also be able to supply fuel to the hydrogen-powered vessels that Enova has supported. These ships are among the first in the world to use hydrogen for propulsion, and the hubs that are now supported by Enova will ensure that the fuel becomes available to them. In total, the hubs will have a capacity to deliver hydrogen to between 35 and 40 vessels, Glomfjord: Enova supports production facilities for green hydrogen in Glomfjord with up to NOK 150 million. The goal is to establish a plant in Glomfjord in Meløy municipality and deliver compressed hydrogen per day to customers in sea and land transport. The owners of Glomfjord Hydrogen AS are Greenstat ASA, Nel ASA, Meløy Energi AS and Troms Kraft AS.Rørvik: Enova supports production facilities for green hydrogen in Rørvik with up to NOK 125.7 million. In the Hydrogen hub Rørvik project, NTE and H2 Marine, in collaboration with several players, will build a hydrogen production plant, in order to be able to supply hydrogen to a wide range of vessels.Hitra: Enova supports production plants for green hydrogen at Hitra with up to NOK 113 million. Production start-up is planned for 2025. Hydrogen hub Central Norway is a joint project between TrønderEnergi and Statkraft that wants to establish a plant for hydrogen production and bunkering at Hitra Industrial Park and Coastal Harbor in Jøsnøya.Florø: Enova supports HyFuel's production plant for green hydrogen in Florø with up to NOK 132 million. Fjord Base Holding has together with Sogn og Fjordane Energi AS and Gasnor AS established HyFuel AS.Kristiansand: Enova supports Hydrogen hub Agder with up to NOK 148 million. The goal is to produce and sell compressed hydrogen to boats that are on route via Kristiansand. Hydrogen hub Agder is managed by the companies Everfuel AS and Greenstat ASA in collaboration with established industry in the EYDE network and other players.Færder Tankers Norway AS: Enova supports the world's first ammonia-powered tankers and car carriers with a total of NOK 205.6 million. Færder Tankers AS will build two tankers and two car carriers that use ammonia as fuel. The four vessels are the first deep sea vessels that can run virtually emission-free.Ocean Infinity: Enova supports the world's first hydrogen-powered container ship with NOK 148.6 million. Ocean Infinity will build the first two container vessels that use hydrogen as fuel. The goal is to offer an emission-free sea transport of containers between Rotterdam and the Oslo Fjord. The ships will enter into a long-term contract for Samskip and are supported through Pilot-E.Thor Dahl bulk: Enova supports a hydrogen-powered bulk carrier with NOK 97 million. Thor Dahl bulk will build the bulk vessel. The vessel will use compressed hydrogen when using fuel cells.