9.5GW integrated renewable hydrogen hub plans unveiled for Spain

Plans have today (Feb 15) been unveiled for what is said to be the world’s largest integrated renewable and competitive hydrogen hub, set to boast a total installed capacity of 9.5GW by 2030 in Spain.

ArcelorMittal, Enagás, Grupo Fertiberia and DH2 Energy are behind the effort, which will see competitively priced hydrogen produced via electrolysis and supplied to a major industrial complex in Asturias, Spain to replace fossil fuels.

Dubbed HyDeal España, the project was first teased as an industrial joint venture in November 2021. Now, after a one-year pre-feasibility study, the development, financing and construction of the required infrastructure can begin to take place.

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