H2 News August 2023

H2 News August 2023

🔬 #Investigadores #japoneses hallan una forma sencilla y asequible de #almacenar #hidrógeno:

Investigadores del Centro de Ciencias de la Materia Emergente (#CEMS) de #RIKEN (#Japón) han hallado una forma sencilla y asequible de almacenar #amoniaco, un producto químico importante en diversas industrias.

El descubrimiento también podría ayudar a establecer una economía basada en el hidrógeno.

El amoníaco, escrito químicamente como NH3, se utiliza ampliamente en industrias que van desde la textil a la farmacéutica y es un componente importante en la fabricación de fertilizantes.

Para su uso actual, el amoníaco se almacena en recipientes resistentes a la presión tras licuarlo a temperaturas de -27 Fahrenheit (-33 grados Celsius)… https://bit.ly/3K4Y8Tr

🌐 #Atlas #Copco #hydrogen circulation compressor applied in #cold #hydrogenation process section of #polysilicon production:

As a large-scale silicon-based material production base with advanced domestic technology and a wide range of products covering silicon-based materials, a silicon material Co., Ltd. in Shaanxi uses domestic-made digital and intelligent equipment to optimize front page offers technical know-how offer and upgrade silane fluidized bed FBR process.

In its green, low-carbon, energy-saving electronic-grade granular polysilicon production line project, with an annual output of 80,000 tonnes, Atlas Copco’s Gas & Process Division provided several sets of hydrogen circulation centrifugal compressors.

The hydrogen circulation compressor is applied to the cold hydrogenation process section. Silicon material is the basic raw material of photovoltaic industry and the upstream link of photovoltaic industry.

This project adopts the silane fluidised bed method to produce granular silicon. The main advantage of this production method is lower energy consumption and lower costs… https://bit.ly/3DfANe6

🔬💧 Digital twins, a green pathway for #hydrogen growth 💚🌱.

Hydrogen is a promising source of low-emission, water-only fuel 💧. However, its high cost of production has limited its development as a renewable energy. But there is hope!

Digital twins could be the key 🔑 to making clean hydrogen production cheaper. 🔄💰 Electrolysis, which splits water into hydrogen and oxygen, can be made more environmentally friendly by digital technology. 👩‍💻👨‍💻

Sharaf #Alsharif, researcher at the Oldenburger #OFFIS Institute for Information Technology in #Oldenburg (#Germany), shows us a way to a greener future with hydrogen as the key player. Find out how at the link: https://bit.ly/3XW3MwR 💡🌍 #CleanEnergy #GreenTechnology #Sustainability

💡⚛️ Discover how to capture opportunities in the #hydrogen economy ⚙️🌍

Julia Salazar, sales director at Amundi Iberia, sees a promising future for hydrogen in decarbonisation and achieving net zero emissions by 2050. 🚀💚

In just a few years, hydrogen has gained ground globally, with 34 countries adopting national strategies by 2022 and more than 1,000 projects announced by 2023. 💼🗺️

Amundi has not been left behind and launched a fund to take advantage of emerging opportunities in the hydrogen economy. 💰📈

The fund’s focus spans different areas, from distribution, infrastructure and storage companies, to companies using #hydrogen in steelmaking and others with technology components to improve their production. 🔍💼

Be part of the hydrogen revolution! Find out more at: https://bit.ly/44Td13r 📲🌐 #SustainableEconomy #GreenInvestments #CleanEnergy

🌿🔬 #Israeli #researchers have made an exciting discovery:

A highly efficient method to produce green #hydrogen at low cost. After extensive research, #scientists are confident that this process will enable large-scale production and commercialisation in #industry.

👨‍🔬 Itzhak Grinberg and Oren Ben-Zvi, a PhD student and a PhD student at Tel Aviv University, are the brilliant minds behind this new method of obtaining green hydrogen, and the results are promising.

💡 Guided by Iftach Jacoby and Lihi Adler-Ambramovich, the researchers have discovered that by using a biocatalyst, hydrogen can be generated without air pollution, providing huge potential for the industries of the future.

One step closer to a cleaner, more sustainable world! 🌍💚 Read more about this exciting breakthrough: https://bit.ly/46TXsdk

🔬🌞 Pioneering collaboration between the #Joliot and #Iramis institutes! They show that continuous #photoproduction of #hydrogen from water is possible with an exciting approach on a microfluidic chip.

The decomposition of water into dioxygen (O2) and dihydrogen (#H2) by solar photocatalysis is a fascinating pathway, and the researchers have overcome two key challenges:

1️⃣ Reducing charge recombination by pairing TiO2 with carbon nanotubes. This maximises the overall photocatalytic performance.

2️⃣ Use of gold nanoparticles to “sensitise” TiO2 to visible light. This broadens the range of electromagnetic wavelengths that can trigger the reaction, overcoming the limitation of the UV region.

The Nanosciences team at SCBM/DMTS and NIMBE/LIONS at CEA, in collaboration with CEA’s energy department and École Polytechnique, have optimised the photodissociation of water by TiO2, thus achieving continuous production of dihydrogen.

Most excitingly, this process can be integrated into a microfluidic chip thanks to the interwoven network of carbon nanotubes. This strategy has a high surface-to-volume ratio, which further boosts the efficiency of the reaction.

👉🌐 Read more about this innovative breakthrough in sustainable energy: https://bit.ly/3K6vbqd #RenewableEnergy #ScientificResearch #CleanTechnology #AdvancedScience 🚀🔍

🌊⚓ A revolutionary breakthrough in marine energy!

A consortium of eleven companies, including Duro Felguera Green Tech, has been awarded a 5.7 Million grant from the Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving (IDAE) as part of the PERTE ERHA, Programme 4 – H2 Value Chain, dedicated to the research and development of renewable Hydrogen Pilot Projects.

The exciting BAHÍA H2 OFFSHORE project will be located in the public domain of the Santander Port Authority and will focus on an innovative solution: the generation of NH3 (green ammonia) marine fuel through offshore renewable energy. All this will be carried out on a barge, where the production of renewable hydrogen and its conversion to green ammonia will take place on site. Subsequently, the green ammonia generated will be transported to land, thus optimising marine space and facilitating maintenance.

With a 3-year lead time, this project aims to address two key challenges of offshore renewable energy: the intermittency and seasonality of the solar or wind energy generated, and the need to transport that energy to land for final use.

🚀🌊 A promising solution that could revolutionise the way we harness renewable energy at sea, find out more about this innovative project at: [https://bit.ly/3pZyc4L] #RenewableEnergy #MarineTechnology #EnergyInnovation #GreenAmonia #Sustainability 🌞💨

HydrogenProgress in Europe: 🚌🚄 CAF dominates the hydrogen bus market, while the railway industry hesitates.

The Guipuzcoa-based company is making strides with hydrogen bus orders in Germany and Italy, yet the railway sector is still cautious about adopting this innovative propulsion method.

“Innovating in the railway sector is a quixotic endeavor,” remarked Imanol Iturrioz, CAF’s Director of R&D, a pioneering mind in hydrogen-powered transport, during a sustainable mobility and new energy sources conference. The railway world moves slowly, hesitating to embrace new technologies. With much of Europe’s tracks still unelectrified, the market understands that diesel is not the future due to institutional decarbonization efforts. However, hydrogen adoption in the railway sector remains a work in progress, as noted by the CAF technician.

At present, the Guipuzcoa manufacturer experiences a dichotomy in hydrogen sales. While operators increasingly trust this technology for bus propulsion, evidenced by growing orders for the Solaris subsidiary, the train sector lags behind. Even though CAF has made significant laboratory advancements to propel hydrogen-fueled units with clean energy, the railway industry remains cautious. This summer, CAF embarked on real-world tests with its FCH2Rail on actual tracks, a crucial step forward.

This achievement puts CAF ahead of its neighbor, Talgo, a significant milestone for the company based in Rivabellosa. Talgo, working alongside Repsol, Ingeteam, and Sener, successfully completed the first phase of tests with its TPH2 and is gearing up for on-track demonstrations.

CAF achieved a remarkable feat in early June, with its hydrogen model navigating a challenging route from the Zaragoza factory to the Canfranc station in the Pyrenees. This accomplishment, as recognized by Iturrioz, marks the beginning of testing on Spanish and Portuguese tracks, aimed at logging miles and convincing the market. “The most challenging technological aspect is done. Now, we need someone to come and buy the train,” quipped Iturrioz during an exposition at the Energy Intelligence Center (EIC) event in Abanto Zierbana. Explore more: 🚆💡🌱 https://bit.ly/3DVY452

#HydrogenInnovation #RailwayTechnology #SustainableMobility #CleanTransportation

💚 #European ‘green’ #hydrogen more #economical by 2050!

💰🌍 According to a recent European Commission report, green hydrogen made in Europe will out-price foreign imports by 2050. However, the economic viability of renewable hydrogen production in #Germany and #Belgium could decline by mid-century.

The 58-page study, entitled “The impact of the industrial transition on a CO2-neutral European energy system”, explores two scenarios for decarbonising heavy industry up to 2050: one called “H2+”, where hydrogen plays a crucial role in the decarbonisation of feedstock and process heat, and another called “Elec+”, in which direct electrification becomes more important in the decarbonisation of process heat.

In both scenarios, hydrogen demand is significant, reaching 3,000 terawatt hours (TWh) in Elec+ and 3,400 TWh in H2+. The report highlights that in a cost-optimised energy system, domestic production in Europe will fully cover hydrogen demand, with an installed electrolysis capacity of 810 gigawatts (GW) and 915 GW in the Elec+ and H2+ scenarios, respectively. More details in the report! 📊🔍 https://bit.ly/45pghU8 #GreenHydrogen #Decarbonisation #SustainableEnergy #EnergyInnovation

🔬 Exciting News: ANDRITZ Chosen for 200 MW Green Hydrogen Plant Design in Finland! 🌿🇫🇮

Renowned global technology company, ANDRITZ, has been selected by Koppö Energia to lead the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) for a 200 MW green hydrogen plant in Kristinestad, Finland. Koppö Energia, a joint venture between Prime Capital and CPC Finland, aims to drive sustainable innovation.

ANDRITZ’s comprehensive FEED will encompass the entire hydrogen plant, featuring cutting-edge electrolyzer technology from HydrogenPro. The joint venture is gearing up to initiate the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) phase of the plant by early 2024.

Green hydrogen, generated using renewable energy sources, primarily wind power, will be the cornerstone of this eco-friendly plant. The Koppö Energy Cluster is poised to develop up to 500 MW of wind energy and 100 MW of photovoltaic power to fuel the green hydrogen facility.

Green hydrogen, harnessed from renewable sources, stands as a carbon-free energy carrier, playing a vital role in combating climate change. The ambitious vision for the Kristinestad green hydrogen involves transforming it into sustainable synthetic liquid methane (SLSM), destined to power heavy-duty transportation. 🚚🌱 More insights: https://bit.ly/44imZui #GreenHydrogen #SustainableInnovation #RenewableEnergy #CarbonNeutral #ClimateAction

🚀 Aerospace Innovators Unite: 3 Aerospace Manufacturers Collaborate to Develop Liquid Hydrogen System. 💧

GKN Aerospace, Marshall Aerospace, and Parker Aerospace have joined forces in the pursuit of a liquid hydrogen fuel system for future emission-free aeronautical applications.

These aerospace manufacturers have signed a memorandum of understanding that promises to revolutionize air technologies and their environmental impact. Their groundbreaking system has the potential to be implemented in both hydrogen-powered electric fuel cell applications and hydrogen combustion systems.

With an ambitious goal in mind, GKN Aerospace aims to assemble the “complete scalable fuel system and propulsion system in a single flight test environment before the end of the decade.”

Notably, GKN Aerospace is deeply involved in developing a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain as part of the UK government-backed project known as H2GEAR. The collaboration marks a significant stride towards sustainable aviation. 🛫🌿 Read more: https://bit.ly/3YBr6R5 #AerospaceInnovation #LiquidHydrogen #SustainableAviation #CleanEnergy #EmissionFree

🚀 Moving into the Future: Autothermal Reforming for #BlueHydrogen and #CarbonCapture. 💎

Autothermal reforming process is gaining momentum as key to #bluehydrogen generation through carbon capture and storage – a milestone in the direction towards sustainability!

It is estimated that by 2030, global #bluehydrogen production will reach a staggering 22 million tonnes per year, representing an impressive 46% of low-carbon hydrogen production. 🌍🔬

The production of #bluehydrogen from hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide (CO2) capture is a transitional pathway towards large-scale production of #greenhydrogen from renewable sources. This strategic approach will mark a momentous change in the energy landscape. 👏🌱

The numbers speak for themselves: 2030 will see an estimated production of 22 million tonnes per year of #bluehydrogen, representing 46% of global low-carbon hydrogen production! 📈🔍

More details at: https://bit.ly/3sd9TRE

SustainableEnergy #EnergyInnovation #HydrogenExpert #EnergyTransition #Sustainability #RenewableHydrogen

🌱 Transformation of wastewater into renewable energy in Malaga. 💧⚡️

In the beautiful surroundings of Malaga, important feasibility studies are being carried out to explore the production of renewable #hydrogenorene from wastewater treatment plants in Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP). An initiative led by Conacon Sando, in collaboration with the Technological Corporation of Andalusia, the University of Malaga and Sando Agua.

The aim is to convert these WWTPs into true biofactories capable of generating renewable energy for various sectors. If successful, this project would contribute to energy efficiency and the circular economy by using waste from other activities.

💡 Maximising resources for clean fuels
This ambitious project aims to optimise biogas generation processes from sewage sludge and enrich it with renewable #hydrogenorene generated by photovoltaic electrolysis. The result: a significant increase in the production of high-energy gaseous biofuels.

The feasibility study will assess the capacity of biogas to produce biomethane and, using renewable oxygen obtained by electrolysis, its potential for the production of #greenhydrogen. In addition, a future research project linked to this study will examine the feasibility of using biomethane and renewable hydrogen as energy carriers or feedstocks.

We are on the threshold of a sustainable innovation that reconfigures the use of resources. 🌍🔬

More information: https://bit.ly/3qwwc4x (opens in a new tab)

RenewableEnergy #Innovation #EnergyEfficiency #CircularEconomy #GreenHydrogen #Sustainability #TechnologicalResearch

🌍 United Arab Emirates: Elevating the green hydrogen campaign. 💧💡

UAE steps up its commitment to the world of #greenhydrogen. Recognising the pivotal role of this new fuel, Gulf countries are strategically pivoting towards a sustainable energy future to maintain their positions as energy powerhouses.

“The Gulf nations see the new fuel as essential to remain a leading energy power,” said one expert. After decades of dependence on fossil fuels, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations are embracing green hydrogen as a crucial transition for their economies in the face of a pressing climate crisis. Oil producers in the region are investing heavily in climate-friendly fuels, aiming to diversify revenue sources beyond oil and gas.

Green hydrogen, generated by electrolysis of water using renewable energies, appears to offer many solutions: it is environmentally friendly and has versatile potential applications, which could make it profitable and, at the same time, save the planet. However, this fuel, which currently accounts for less than one per cent of total hydrogen production, still faces problems of commercial viability and requires a substantial expansion of renewable energy sources, a process that could take several years. Nevertheless, the Gulf nations recognise the opportunity to maintain their role as significant players in energy markets.

“Gulf countries aspire to lead the global hydrogen market,” says Karim Elgendy, a research associate at the UK think tank Chatham House. “They see green hydrogen as essential to maintaining their status as major energy players, which will allow them to maintain their influence as demand for fossil fuels declines.

Keep up to date on this groundbreaking effort: https://bit.ly/3qDFkV0

SustainableEnergy #EnergyTransition #GreenHydrogen #ClimateAction #RenewableFuture #GlobalLeadership #Innovation

🌐 GIZ Calls Students for its International Hydrogen Ramp-Up Program 📚🔬

A pioneering collaboration with the private sector, GIZ is launching the International Hydrogen Ramp-Up Program, spotlighting early-stage green hydrogen and Power-to-X projects, including ammonia or green methanol.

As part of the joint efforts between Mexico and Germany to drive decarbonization and energy transition in the country, the German Technical Cooperation in Mexico – GIZ, has invited students and recent graduates in related fields to participate in the International Hydrogen Ramp-Up Program (H2-Uppp).

This initiative aims to identify, prepare, and guide the implementation of projects centered on green hydrogen production, harnessing its potential and applications of power-to-X. It also seeks to raise awareness and transfer knowledge to nurture projects connected with this vital energy vector.

In an exclusive dialogue with Energía Estratégica, Javier Salas, Technical Advisor at GIZ, highlights the unique value proposition of this program: “H2Uppp operates as a cooperation mechanism with the private sector, through which GIZ identifies, prepares, and provides technical support, in collaboration with pertinent public institutions, for early-stage green hydrogen and Power-to-X projects, such as ammonia or green methanol.”

Discover more about this visionary initiative: https://bit.ly/3slDRTT

EnergyTransition #GreenHydrogen #PowerToX #SustainableProjects #EducationalInitiative #Innovation #GlobalCooperation

🌿 ENGIE and Walmart Open Latin America’s First Green Hydrogen Industrial Plant 🏭

A groundbreaking achievement for sustainable progress! Latin America witnesses history as ENGIE and Walmart join forces to inaugurate the region’s premier green hydrogen industrial plant, located at Walmart’s Quilicura Distribution Center in Chile. 🚀

This collaborative effort heralds a pivotal milestone in energy transition, manifesting the collective commitment of ENGIE and Walmart to shape a cleaner, greener future.

This visionary project, backed by a $15 million investment, replaces lead-acid batteries in 200 forklifts with cutting-edge hydrogen energy cells. By doing so, it eliminates the generation of 250 tons of toxic waste annually.

The grand inauguration took place on August 10th, with esteemed attendees including Mario Marcel, Minister of Finance; Diego Pardow, Minister of Energy; former President Michelle Bachelet; Cristián Barrientos, President and CEO of Walmart Chile; Pablo Villarino, Corporate Affairs Manager of ENGIE Chile; and Doug McMillon, President and CEO of Walmart Inc.

Cristián Barrientos, President and CEO of Walmart Chile, emphasized, “Two years ago, in partnership with ENGIE, we embarked on a journey to construct Latin America’s first industrial-scale green hydrogen production plant. This initiative not only advances our country’s environmental objectives but also propels us decisively toward our commitment to achieve zero emissions by 2040.”

Discover the full story: https://bit.ly/3qzgpC2

SustainableInnovation #GreenHydrogen #EnergyTransition #EnvironmentalLeadership #CollaborativeEfforts #CleanEnergyFuture

🌊 Futuristic Hydroplanes for Sustainable Travel in the Canary Islands: Emitting Only Water Vapor ☁️

Aviation is undergoing a profound technological transformation, seeking solutions to reduce or even completely eliminate emissions of harmful gases. Enter Surcar, an airline based in the Canary Islands, aiming to fly its hydroplanes solely using #hydrogen, thereby creating a profoundly sustainable connection between the various island ports.

In pursuit of this ambitious vision, Surcar has recently partnered with the cutting-edge British company ZeroAvia, renowned worldwide for its pioneering work in hydrogen-powered engine development. The airline’s hydroplanes will be equipped with the ZA600 propulsion system, an endeavor aimed at “leading the electrification of aviation in the Canary Islands,” as conveyed in their official statement. Furthermore, this initiative aspires to “inspire and motivate other operators to adopt sustainable practices, thereby accelerating the transition to a cleaner future.”

The current goal of the European Union is to slash emissions by 55% by 2030, and Spain’s Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan aims to make the transportation system entirely carbon-neutral by 2050. “The Canary Islands are a perfect case to launch zero-emission flights, given the opportunity to replace combustion engines on short island-to-island routes,” remarked James Peck, Director of Customer Experience at ZeroAvia.

Join us in embracing the boundless possibilities of sustainable aviation: https://bit.ly/3C9f1gb

HydroplaneInnovation #SustainableAviation #ZeroEmissionFlights #HydrogenPower #CleanTransportation #CanaryIslandsTravel

🌿 Green #Hydrogen will take the lead over grey by the end of the decade.

📈 From 2030, producing green hydrogen in a new plant could be up to 18% cheaper than continuing to operate an existing grey hydrogen plant in five of the world’s major economies.

🔬 Although hydrogen is a small molecule, its importance is immense in the process of decarbonising industry. Widely used as a chemical feedstock and fuel, hydrogen (H2) is essential for zero emission balance strategies, but only if its production does not generate carbon emissions.

The challenge has been that clean, green hydrogen has always been more expensive than its grey, polluting counterpart,” says Adithya Bhashyam, hydrogen analyst at BloombergNEF.

Find out more about this exciting energy shift! https://bit.ly/45HdcPs

GreenHydrogen #Decarbonisation #SustainableEnergy #CleanTechnology #EnergyTransformation #IndustrialSustainability

📚 Important News! UMAG presents study on Human Capital Formation in the #GreenHydrogen Industry.

🌐 Joining Forces to Strengthen the #GreenHydrogen Industry.

UMAG (Universidad de Magallanes) presented a study that analyses the gaps and strategies to train human capital in the #GreenHydrogen industry. In addition, the event brought together various actors of the energy ecosystem to discuss the strengthening of human resources in this new industry.

With a wide audience connected through Zoom, the launch of the study “Evaluation of Capacity Gaps and development of human talent training strategies for Power-to-X Magallanes region”, carried out by the Centre for the Study of Energy Resources of the University of Magallanes (CERE-UMAG) and funded by the GIZ agency (German Society for International Cooperation), was held. The objective of this initiative is to design a strategy to develop technical and professional talent in the Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica, in the framework of the “Country Dialogues” action of the EUROCLIMA+ Programme with a focus on #GreenHydrogen and its derivatives.

Read the full study and find out how human capital is being formed in the #GreenHydrogen industry in Magallanes! https://bit.ly/3DZ2Nsd

GreenHydrogen #TalentTraining #SustainableDevelopment #EnergyIndustry #Innovation #UMAG #RenewableHydrogen #CleanEnergy

🌍 Green News! As a sustainable energy enthusiast, I want to share with you an exciting showdown for leadership in #GreenHydrogen production.

Sustainable Duel: Spain vs. Morocco.

📊 A study commissioned by the European Commission, “The impact of the industrial transition on a CO2 neutral European energy system”, brings to the table a fascinating competition between two countries: Spain and Morocco. Both are seeking to position themselves as key suppliers of green hydrogen in Europe.

🌱 In search of Green Alternatives. Europe is in a constant search for greener alternatives, and hydrogen is emerging as a promising solution. This study suggests that Rabat, Morocco, could exceed Madrid’s hydrogen production by more than 30%, or approximately 160 terawatts, by 2050.

🛢️ A Transformation in Progress. If this projection is realised, Morocco could become Europe’s leading hydrogen supplier, contributing more than 5% of the continent’s demand. To achieve this, however, Morocco must develop the necessary infrastructure, which is already underway.

📈 A Future of Opportunities. This green duel between Spain and Morocco shows us how the race to lead #GreenHydrogen production is not only a drive towards sustainability, but also an opportunity to boost international cooperation and the development of clean technologies.

🔍 If you want to delve deeper into the details of this exciting clash and its impact on the energy landscape, I invite you to read the full study here: https://bit.ly/3lpV3P7

SustainableEnergy #EnergyTransition #GreenDevelopment #Sustainability #RenewableEnergies #Spain #Morocco #RenewableHydrogen

🔍 Examining the Energy Future! As a green hydrogen enthusiast, it is essential to explore the current situation in Spain. On this occasion, we will delve into Valdeorras, a region that deserves attention in the landscape of this revolutionary technology.

🚀 Valdeorras: A Commitment to Develop Green Hydrogen.

📊 The most recent study by the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) highlights that Valdeorras, in its first push in Spain, has failed to attract green hydrogen installation projects. A relevant fact, considering the presence of several projects in Galicia that are being directed towards Zamora.

🌱 Untapped Opportunities. While Valdeorras faces this situation, neighbouring communities such as As Pontes, in A Coruña, are capitalising on the potential of green hydrogen. With two projects underway, one of them involves the construction of a green hydrogen and green ammonia plant, with distribution throughout Europe.

💡 Innovative Action and Potential in Motion. The town of As Pontes is not only limited to green hydrogen projects, but also integrates solar installations with enormous potential. For its part, the province of Lugo also joins in with a project for the production of renewable hydrogen from surplus energy, demonstrating how innovation can come from a variety of sources.

Towards a Sustainable Future. These initiatives scattered across different regions of Spain reflect a clear move towards a more sustainable economy. Green hydrogen not only drives clean energy, but also creates economic opportunities and contributes to the growth of local communities.

🔍 For a more detailed analysis of the green hydrogen landscape in Spain and the potential of Valdeorras, I invite you to read the full article here: https://bit.ly/3KUvYeb

SustainableEnergy #GreenHydrogen #GreenHydrogen #SustainableDevelopment #GreenTechnology #EnergyInnovation #Sustainability #Spain #Galicia #Valdeorras

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