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Green Hydrogen

Green or renewable hydrogen is usually produced via water electrolysis starting from renewable energy sources (solar photovoltaic, wind, and so on). Since it does not release CO 2 during the production phase nor during its end use, hydrogen can take on a number of roles in decarbonization: as fuel, as energy vector, or as feedstock material.

In those industrial processes that currently use hydrogen coming from fossil fuels, it will reduce the carbon footprint.

Thanks to its ability to convert and store renewable energy in a flexible way and on a large scale, hydrogen is becoming the decarbonization method of choice for several different industries, such as refineries, chemical plants, industries that are not easily electrified (steel production, ceramics, etc.), and heavy cargo transport (maritime, air, long-distance trucks, etc.).

Because of its characteristics, hydrogen is considered an essential element of electrification in the need to cover the end demand for clean energy, and thus it has also become an essential component of the battle against climate change in Spain, Europe and the rest of the world.