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Strategic issues & Geopolitical advantages


Regional leadership

Cementing its holder as a major global player in green hydrogen, this technological solution solidifies regional leadership in advanced energy technologies and amplifies geopolitical influence.

Reducing dependence

Green hydrogen reduces fossil fuel reliance, enhances energy security, minimizes vulnerability to oil price fluctuations, promotes sustainability, and positions the economy for resilience.

diversified economy

The adoption of green hydrogen diversifies the country’s economy by entering the renewable energy sector, reducing reliance on traditional industries such as tourism and agriculture, and enhancing economic stability.

Energy security

By developing green hydrogen production capacity, the country in question can become more energy independent, particularly in areas such as transport and industry, thereby strengthening its energy security.

Green Transition

Green hydrogen production boosts the country’s global image in fighting climate change, strengthening environmental geopolitics and attracting investments in the hydrogen and green energy sector.

Export and Trade

The ability to export green hydrogen provides the country with opportunities for international trade and bilateral cooperation, reinforcing diplomatic relations and its standing in global geopolitics.

international prestige

Being one of the few countries currently producing and exporting green hydrogen, the nation with Hace technology stands shoulder to shoulder with major global powers, contributing to a pivotal role in sustainable energy.


Affordable green hydrogen serves as a clean alternative to fossil fuels, actively helping industries cut emissions, meet environmental regulations, and reduce carbon taxes for exports, including to the EU.

Reduced energy costs

Affordable green hydrogen cuts energy costs for businesses and consumers, boosting local industries competitiveness and aligning with global green practices, promoting a real sustainability.

Job Creation

The development of green hydrogen creates jobs in the production, distribution, research and development of hydrogen-related technologies, which stimulates the economy in all its variety.

water desalination

Simultaneous hydrogen production and sea water desalination with this technology support sustainable freshwater management, highlighting a greener potential and environmentally future.

affordable hydrogen

The Affordable green hydrogen (<1 €/kgH2) is vital for ammonia production and competitive carbon-free fertilizer exports. This positions the country as a leader in the sector and establishes it, as a specialized research center.


Ports and Marinas : Relevance of this solution

Ports are in strategic growth, and therefore fully relevant for the first deployments of this solution, because they need :


Competitive carbon-free electricity


Fresh water


Green hydrogen for heavy mobility (boats, trucks, cranes), and 24H power supply for ships in port or stranded


Protective breakwaters for secure entrances and exterior mooring areas, eliminating wave reflection and diffraction


Swift and cost-effective expansion capabilities


Establishment of supplementary anchorage zones to accommodate rising traffic demands

Approved Solution

Clean energy for boats, ships, at quayside or in the harbour :

Ships berthed or at anchor burn heavy fuel oil for onboard electricity generation, causing pollution peaks in port cities.

• Europe, like many countries worldwide, is strengthening emissions and smoke treatment legislation.

• In the short term, the solution is Decarbonized electrification, but dock electrification is expensive, and irregular and/or remote facility usage does not allow for financial balance.

• A cruise ship requires up to 15 MW at the dock for infrequent visits.

• If not docked, electrical connection becomes problematic.

HACE, along with its partners, provides an effective solution using hydrogen generator barges and containers from the Shyva range approved for unit powers up to 1 MW. With up to 15 containers on a barge positioned side by side with the ship, it supplies competitive decarbonized electricity without noise or any polluting emissions.

A proven solution demonstrated during the Gazelles Rally, introduced in Morocco : the bivouac was powered by one of these containers on a truck.


Recognition & distinctions

Rapid scale of factories in the implementation areas

This flexible solution focuses on quickly setting up factories in designated areas with these design principles:

  • Quick and effortless installation without heavy equipment.
  • Predictive maintenance by human hands using clip-on elements (CSR Standards, HSE, etc.) weighing under 20 kg, redundant and interchangeable without tools.
  • Mass production resembling automotive industry standards.
  • Diverse and secure sourcing of recyclable materials.
  • Parallel assembly lines that can be duplicated on demand. This allows for the swift creation of production capacity tailored to demand, operational within a year, and operating at full efficiency in less than two years. This timeframe includes the recruitment and training of managers and technicians in specific processes while fostering loyalty. Depending on demand, the installed power level and progression speed can be adjusted from 2 MW (for a simple validation pilot) to several GW, leading the country to total energy independence within a few years, subject to expressed and validated wishes, and generating several thousand long-term jobs (production, training, and maintenance).
  • It’s worth noting that a well-balanced low-carbon mix of various renewable energy sources is also an excellent solution, as this technology complements solar and synergizes with wind.

Varied Capacities & General Features

Capacities to Meet Demand :

100 MW, 200 MW, 500 MW, +>1000 MW

Machine Characteristics :

The standard machine is configured in a WWW shape, consisting of arms with the following features:

  • Unit power: 1 MW.
  • Load factor: 60 to 95%, dependent on annual marine weather at the installation site.
  • Annual energy production per arm: 1 MW, ranging from 5,000 to 8,500 MWh per year based on site weather.
  • Dimensions: Length: 210 m, Width: 6 m, Height: 3.5 m (including 2.5 m above water).
  • Surface area on the water (excluding anchor lines): 1,260 m² (excluding floating docking pontoon).
  • Unit mass: 160 tonnes, including 150 tonnes of recyclable steel.
  • Each arm comprises 7 modules of 30 m x 6 m x 3.5 m; 7 modules of 30 m equivalent to an one arm of 210 m.

Hace technology harnesses wave energy for carbon-free electricity, making a notable contribution to the shift toward energy independence. It not only produces competitive energy for cost-effective Green Hydrogen but also supports seawater desalination and addresses coastal erosion concerns.



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