FAQ about Green Hydrogen

4. How can the production of Green Hydrogen be made cheaper?

The strategy is based on mass production of green hydrogen. For example, the Spanish business group Iberdrola (external link), dedicated to the production, distribution, and commercialization of energy, has reported that “it has started up what will be the largest green hydrogen (H2) plant for industrial use in Europe. The Puertollano plant (Ciudad Real) will be made up of a 100 MW photovoltaic solar plant, a lithium-ion battery system with a storage capacity of 20 MWh and one of the largest hydrogen production systems through electrolysis in the world (20 MW). All from 100% renewable sources. The construction of this complex represents the beginning of a comprehensive plan by which Iberdrola, in alliance with Fertiberia, plans to develop 800 MW of green hydrogen with an investment of 1,800 million euros by 2027, which will produce 15,000 tons of green hydrogen”.

In addition, recently, the initiative called Green Hydrogen Catapult was announced, an alliance formed by the main leaders of the green H2 industry to work together with a view to making the new clean fuel competitive.

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The purpose of this report is to update the reader about the present and future of green hydrogen. Hydrogen is more efficient and cleaner burning, so it is renewable energy and does not harm the environment.

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