Power-To-Gas Market Size To Attain USD 80.01 Mn By 2032

Published Date : 28 Jul 2023

The global power-to-gas market size was evaluated at USD 32.1 million in 2022 and is projected to attain around USD 80.01 million by 2032, growing at a CAGR of 10.1% during the forecast period from 2023 to 2032.

Power-To-Gas Market Size and Growth Rate From 2022 To 2030

Power-to-gas refers to a process that transforms electrical energy into methane or hydrogen syngas (synthetic gas). Other companies use the hydrogen generated by the power-to-gas sector as a chemical or fuel. Power-to-gas systems store excess energy from renewable sources like wind and solar energy, which is then used for a variety of purposes. For industrial, heating, and transportation uses, these systems use stored energy. The activities of the power-to-gas sector are a step in the right direction toward fusing renewable resources with electricity-generating sources. 

A power-to-gas system is a practical way to effectively combine renewable energy sources with traditional power generation techniques. Their objective is to reduce the demand on the power grid by controlling activities, store energy for the long term by converting it to other readily storable energy carriers and store it. Energy conversion can be used to achieve this. 

The hydrogen and methane that have been converted can also be turned back into power depending on the requirements. Using conventional generators like gas turbines, the gas might be used as a chemical feedstock or converted into electricity. Utilizing the infrastructure already in place for long-term natural gas transportation and storage, power-to-gas enables the storage and transmission of electricity as compressed gas.

Report Highlights:

  • On the basis of technology, the electrolysis segment will have a larger market share in the coming years period, the amount of revenue generated through the use of this product will grow well in the coming year. The power-to-gas market's electrolysis category had the greatest market share in 2022 and is predicted to increase at the quickest rate during the forecast period. The market is expanding as a result of the increased use of renewable energy sources for reducing environmental carbon emissions. In addition, the rising demand for fuel cells in electric vehicles is a driver in this market's expansion. The use of hydrogen in the production of fuel cells has increased due to its higher efficiency and lower emission levels.
  • On the basis of end-user, the utilities segment has the biggest market share in the power-to-gas market during the forecast period. The market is expanding as a result of increased efforts to minimize reliance on fossil fuel-based power generation and increase hydrogen use.

Power-To-Gas Market Report Scope:

Report Coverage Details
Market Revenue in 2023 USD 33.74 Million
Projected Forecast Revenue in 2032 USD 80.01 Million
Growth Rate from 2023 to 2032 CAGR of 10.1%
Largest Market Europe
Base Year 2022
Forecast Period 2023 To 2032
Regions Covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa

Regional Snapshots:

The biggest market share was held by Europe in the power-to-gas market during the forecast period. Due to the biggest concentration of power-to-methane plants, Europe controls the power-to-gas market. Additionally, the rising need for hydrogen production and renewable energy sources will further support the expansion of the power-to-gas market in the region throughout the course of the forecast period. One of the key players in the European power to gas sector is Germany. Around 40 small power-to-gas pilot projects were operating in Germany as of 2022. These initiatives used surplus green energy, primarily from wind and solar projects, to conduct electrolysis, which separates water into oxygen and hydrogen to create zero-carbon fuel.

Market Dynamics:


The market is expected to grow as a result of rising demand for renewable hydrogen, which can cut carbon emissions in a range of different industries. The principal driver fueling the industry's expansion is the decline in the cost of electrolyzer technology. The electrolyzer stacks are thought to make up between 50 and 60 percent of the capital investment, according to the International Energy Agency. The remaining 40 to 50 percent of the investment is made up of the remaining components, which include power electronics, gas conditioning, and plant components. Global electricity demand will rise as a result of population and economic expansion. Cost-effective energy sources are desired by businesses. They are also looking at environmentally friendly ways to produce electricity. Power-to-gas technology has a long-term capacity for storing solar and wind energy. Power-to-gas technology is environmentally benign because it doesn't release harmful gases.

The transportation industry, residential and commercial energy use, and chemical production are the key drivers of the power-to-gas market. Reduced electrolysis Capex costs are anticipated to be the main indicator of the development of power-to-gas technology. People's awareness of environmental issues is growing every day, and they are calling for a reduction in the rate at which carbon emissions are produced.

Nonrenewable resources like coal and natural gas are examples, and they both produce trash and dangerous pollution. As a result, there is an increase in the use of unconventional, green sources of energy production. This will cause the market's economic growth rate to reach previously unheard-of heights. Governments of a number of countries have set a goal for an increase in energy generation capacity in the not-too-distant future, and this is anticipated to raise the market's value. The market trends are constantly changing, and the ongoing development of the transportation industry for the use of hydrogen will provide excellent opportunities for market growth in the coming years.


After the first stage of the electrolysis process, 20% to 30% of the energy is lost. 40% to 50% of the energy is lost after the second step of the methanation process. Thus, loss of energy can act as a major restraint of the power to the gas market.


The power to gas industry is expected to soon have a lot of opportunities owning to growing efforts to establish green hydrogen infrastructure in developing nations.


The fluctuations in natural gas prices have obliquely followed the cycle in crude oil prices. After the worldwide financial meltdown in 2009, the price of importing LNG surged significantly. However, a few years later, prices drastically decreased as a result of the failing global economy. The dependence on natural gas is expanding as a result of the swift shift in preference for and acceptance of gas as a fuel. Due to the low current prices of natural gas, it is estimated that the possibility of using it as fuel would rise over the projected time. However, as demand grows, this reliance on natural gas will eventually drive up its price, limiting the market's capacity to expand.

Recent Developments:

  • In October 2021- A non-exclusive collaboration agreement was struck between Oracle Power and PowerChina International Group Ltd to work together to create a green hydrogen project in Pakistan. The intended project location is 120 kilometers from the seaport and 130 kilometers from Karachi, with a total cost of about USD 2 billion.

Major Key Players:

  • Hydrogenics
  • ITM Power
  • McPhy Energy
  • Fuelcell Energy
  • Nel Hydrogen
  • ThyssenKrupp
  • Electrochaea
  • Carbotech
  • Power-to-gas Hungary
  • Aquahydrex
  • Ineratec
  • Exytron
  • GreenHydrogen
  • Hitachi Zosen Inova Etogas
  • Siemens
  • MAN Energy Solutions
  • Uniper
  • Micropyros
  • Socalgas

Market Segmentation:

By Technology

  • Electrolysis
  • Methanation

By End User

  • Commercial
  • Utilities
  • Industrial

By Capacity

  • Less than 100 kW
  • 100–999 kW
  • 1000 kW and Above

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