GREEN HYDROGEN: DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FUTURE

Hydrogen produced with renewable energy is key to the decarbonisation of the energy system

GREEN HYDROGEN, A KEY ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

Green hydrogen, produced with 100% renewable energy, is proving to be a key energy development in achieving international targets for energy decarbonisation and the fight against climate change, within the climate neutrality timescale that the international community has set as its goal for 2050.

Hydrogen is not a source of energy, but rather a way of allowing clean energy to be stored and used when necessary. It can therefore add flexibility to the electricity system and boost the decarbonisation of sectors that are difficult to electrify, such as heavy transportation. It will also make it possible to reduce the carbon footprint of sectors that use hydrogen in their industrial processes, including but not limited to fertiliser production.

At ACCIONA, we are experts in solutions that can incorporate green hydrogen into an energy decarbonisation plan. We built Spain’s first industrial green hydrogen plant in Mallorca and are building a second plant in Navarre, as part of the joint venture created between ACCIONA Energía and US electrolyser manufacturer Plug Power, aimed at the industrial and mobility sectors in Spain and Portugal.

 

More information about our green hydrogen solution is available on the ACCIONA Energía website.

PIONEERS IN THE FUTURE

We are pioneers in the use of green hydrogen, in the various stages of the value chain, from production, storage, transportation, distribution and final use, ensuring traceability to the customer, which guarantees that the product used is 100% renewable from origin to destination.

WHY GREEN HYDROGEN?

Green hydrogen can become an unrivalled tool to replace fossil fuels in those sectors that are more difficult to decarbonise, thus contributing to the fight against climate change.

EXPERIENCE

Green hydrogen will it go down in history as a new revolution

ACCIONA Energía produces in Mallorca first industrial ecosystem renewable hydrogen on the european island.