Government of Aragón commits to a hydrogen-fuelled future

Helios Aragón has today (Oct 27) inked a new agreement with the Government of Aragón for the development of landmark natural hydrogen and helium project in the Spanish region.

Having secured governmental support, the exploration company can now help Aragón to cut its carbon emissions. Further to that, the plans build upon Helios’ already withstanding 60,200 hectares of gas exploration permits in Huesca to product low-cost, low-carbon hydrogen.

Now, having signed a letter of intent with Helios, the Government of Aragón is fully committed to supporting the venture and hopes to see international stakeholders and companies get involved.

Dr Chris Atkinson, co-founder of Helios, said, “We are pleased to receive the full support from the Government of Aragon.

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