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International

Hynamics strengthens its presence in Germany

The EDF Group, with its subsidiary Hynamics, launches Hynamics Deutschland GmbH in order to offer industry and mobility players in Germany turnkey renewable hydrogen offers. [In French]

Press review

Hynamics, EDF's armed wing

L'Usine Nouvelle provides a portrait of 50 French hydrogen pioneers, including Hynamics, who set the stage for low-carbon and renewable production through water electrolysis. [In French]

International

Low-carbon fuel for the aviation industry

With Take Kair, Hynamics and its partners are making a commitment to decarbonising the aviation sector. This cooperation will help to create a French industry for the production of synthetic fuels (e-kerosene) from low-carbon hydrogen. 

Our projects

AUXR_H2, Urban Community of Auxerre

First-phase installation of a 1 MW renewable hydrogen station for the short circuit supply of 5 buses from the Leo network (Transdev) and light commercial vehicles from autumn 2021. This station is more widely involved in the creation of a large-scale ecosystem conducive to the emergence of new hydrogen projects to decarbonise uses throughout the territory.

Take Kair, France

Holcim, IFPEN (IFP Energies Nouvelles), Axens and Hynamics announce that they have signed memorandums of understanding to develop "Take Kair", an innovative e-kerosene industrial pilot in the Pays de la Loire region, which will meet the needs of France's new e-SAF (synthetic sustainable aviation fuel) industry. The Air France-KLM Group will be the main purchaser of the e-kerosene produced by this new industrial facility. The production of hydrogen and synthetic fuels would take place in Loire-Atlantique, with local, regional and national commercial outlets.

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H2SHIPS, Interreg North-West Europe

Promotion of hydrogen as a key element of the energy transition of river and maritime transport through 3 projects: Port of Ostend, Port of Amsterdam and Port of Paris. Carried out in cooperation with 12 partners for a budget of €6.4 million, the European H2SHIPS project aims to develop technical solutions and establish an appropriate regulatory and economic framework.

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