Hydrogen plant launches in the Island of Mallorca

The project is part of the Green Hydrogen Roadmap, approved by the Spanish government to support the production and use of green hydrogen.

The Power to Green Hydrogen Mallorca Project, led by Enagás and Acciona with the participation of CEMEX and IDEA, has been inaugurated.

The plant, located in Lloseta (Mallorca), is the first renewable hydrogen plant in the country.

The construction of the renewable hydrogen production plant through Power to Green Hydrogen Mallorca is the core of the European Green Hysland project. Tecnicas Reunidas has participated in this project carrying out detailed engineering, procurement management and construction supervision.

This project aims to deploy the necessary infrastructure to develop a renewable hydrogen ecosystem in Mallorca and has €10 million of funding through the FCH JU (Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking).

The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions on the island of Mallorca by up to 21,000 tonnes/year after the full implementation of the green hydrogen ecosystem.

Part of this green hydrogen will be injected into the gas infrastructures that the company Redexis has deployed on the island. Through a Guarantees of Origin System developed by Acciona with blockchain technology will allow reducing emissions in the use of natural resources gas.

Green hydrogen will have multiple applications on the island, such as supplying fuel to bus fleets and fuel cell vehicles through a refuelling station or hydrogen station, generating heat and power for commercial and public buildings or supplying auxiliary power to ferries and port operations.

Ethan Mandel

Ethan is the special correspondent for Europe covering the hydrogen industry for H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me via email or follow me on social media. I am reachable on Phone: 02081237815
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