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    We are STEAG.

    We at STEAG always have been driven by one thing: the will to make ever better use of energy. Today we offer services that cover the entire value chain of a modern energy service provider. We thus ensure not only today's supply, but help to advance the transition to the future of energy. Jointly, safely and efficiently.

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    Develop and optimize a Hydrogen Economy in the Greater Region

    Companies from France, Germany and Luxembourg constitute European Economic Business Interest Grouping

    Creos Deutschland, Encevo, GazelEnergie, GRTgaz, H2V, Hydrogène de France, Stahl-Holding-Saar GmbH and Steag GmbH have constituted themselves as the European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) "Grande Region Hydrogen".

    The Members of the EEIG have, each individually and partially together, set themselves the goal of establishing an integrated cross-border energy system in the Greater Region by linking cross-sector projects (hydrogen production, transport, and consumption). The “Grande Region Hydrogen” is composed of interconnected projects that are relying on each other. Furthermore, it will foster synergies to develop the whole value chain of the hydrogen market.

    The focus area is the Federal state of Saarland (Germany), the Lorraine Region (Grand-Est - France) and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The aim is to develop and optimize a hydrogen economy along the entire value chain using the outstandingly suitable structural conditions of the focus area.

    Environmental impacts
    The Grande Region Hydrogen will help decarbonize the industry and parts of the mobility sector and generate emission savings, which comes in line with the objectives set by the European Commission and the Green Deal to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. The projects part of the ecosystem should reduce CO2 emissions by more than 980,000 tons/year by 2030.

    Social impacts
    Moreover, the projects part of the Grande Region Hydrogen will enable the transformation of Carling - Saint-Avold and Völklingen platforms toward hydrogen production, providing new expertise and job creation in the heart of Europe. Over 140 new direct jobs and 230 indirect jobs are expected, thus improving skills development through research and universities programs.

    Economic impacts
    Finally, the projects part of the Grande Region Hydrogen will participate in the economic growth of the region, with significant investments (more than 600 M€ for production facilities and transportation infrastructures). On the one hand, it will produce up to 61,000 tons of hydrogen per year. On the other hand, the open access transport infrastructure will generate economic gains through optimized demand and supply matching. This scaling up effect will contribute to reducing the renewable hydrogen final price, an important step in the European hydrogen market development.

    The Grande Region Hydrogen will also contribute to the attractiveness of this cross-border region because it opens the perspective for a new industrial chapter after the coal era, relying on green energy at a competitive price.

    More details on each member project: www.grande-region-hydrogen.eu

     

    Photo: Copyright GRTgat/S.A. f.l.t.r.: Romain Deshayes (Gazelenergie), Anamaria Zianveni (Encevo), Geoffroy Anger (GRTgaz), Leo Benotteau (HDF Energy), Philip Brammen (Steag), Frank Gawantka (Creos), Katharina Poirier (H2V), Michael Marion (SHS - Stahl-Holding-Saar)

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    Energy Services

    Energy Services

    Whether power plants or distributed facilities, whether conventional or renewable energies: we offer tailor-made solutions – from planning and development to implementation and optimization.

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    Renewable Energies

    Renewable Energies

    We play an active role in shaping the transition to a sustainable energy mix. We can contribute extensive experience in this field, too, because we already have been relying on renewables worldwide for many years.

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    District Heating

    District Heating

    As a regional energy company we supply private households, major customers and real estate companies in North Rhine-Westphalia, Saarland and Poland with environmentally friendly district heating.

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    Distributed Energy Supply

    Distributed Energy Supply

    The production of energy at the place it is needed is gaining more and more importance. STEAG New Energies develops tailor-made solutions for industry, municipalities, public utilities and the housing sector.

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    Technical Service

    Technical Service

    STEAG Technischer Service handles the complete planning and implementation of all technical services required for plant operation in the area of maintenance.

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    Energy Trading & Optimization

    Energy Trading & Optimization

    Trading & Optimization is the trading unit of STEAG: it handles raw material procurement and trading as well as the control and optimization of assets – for us and for external customers.

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    Waste Incineration

    Waste Incineration

    The generation of power and heat based on demanding fuels and sophisticated technologies is our core competence. STEAG Waste to Energy bundles the activities in the area of waste incineration.

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    Conventional Power Generation

    Conventional Power Generation

    Our safe and highly efficient power plants stand worldwide for the security of supply that consumers and industry need, now and in future.

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    Large Battery Systems

    Large Battery Systems

    Our large-scale battery systems maintain voltage and ensure the reliability of supply despite the increasing fluctuations in the power grid. In future they will take on even more tasks.

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    STEAG is backed by a solid team.

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    Develop and optimize a Hydrogen Economy in the Greater Region

    Companies from France, Germany and Luxembourg constitute European Economic Business Interest Grouping

    Creos Deutschland, Encevo, GazelEnergie, GRTgaz, H2V, Hydrogène de France, Stahl-Holding-Saar GmbH and Steag GmbH have constituted themselves as the European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) "Grande Region Hydrogen".

    The Members of the EEIG have, each individually and partially together, set themselves the goal of establishing an integrated cross-border energy system in the Greater Region by linking cross-sector projects (hydrogen production, transport, and consumption). The “Grande Region Hydrogen” is composed of interconnected projects that are relying on each other. Furthermore, it will foster synergies to develop the whole value chain of the hydrogen market.

    The focus area is the Federal state of Saarland (Germany), the Lorraine Region (Grand-Est - France) and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The aim is to develop and optimize a hydrogen economy along the entire value chain using the outstandingly suitable structural conditions of the focus area.

    Environmental impacts
    The Grande Region Hydrogen will help decarbonize the industry and parts of the mobility sector and generate emission savings, which comes in line with the objectives set by the European Commission and the Green Deal to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. The projects part of the ecosystem should reduce CO2 emissions by more than 980,000 tons/year by 2030.

    Social impacts
    Moreover, the projects part of the Grande Region Hydrogen will enable the transformation of Carling - Saint-Avold and Völklingen platforms toward hydrogen production, providing new expertise and job creation in the heart of Europe. Over 140 new direct jobs and 230 indirect jobs are expected, thus improving skills development through research and universities programs.

    Economic impacts
    Finally, the projects part of the Grande Region Hydrogen will participate in the economic growth of the region, with significant investments (more than 600 M€ for production facilities and transportation infrastructures). On the one hand, it will produce up to 61,000 tons of hydrogen per year. On the other hand, the open access transport infrastructure will generate economic gains through optimized demand and supply matching. This scaling up effect will contribute to reducing the renewable hydrogen final price, an important step in the European hydrogen market development.

    The Grande Region Hydrogen will also contribute to the attractiveness of this cross-border region because it opens the perspective for a new industrial chapter after the coal era, relying on green energy at a competitive price.

    More details on each member project: www.grande-region-hydrogen.eu

     

    Photo: Copyright GRTgat/S.A. f.l.t.r.: Romain Deshayes (Gazelenergie), Anamaria Zianveni (Encevo), Geoffroy Anger (GRTgaz), Leo Benotteau (HDF Energy), Philip Brammen (Steag), Frank Gawantka (Creos), Katharina Poirier (H2V), Michael Marion (SHS - Stahl-Holding-Saar)