Enagás and DISA will promote the development of a green hydrogen hub in the Canary Islands dubbed the ‘Canarian Renewable Hydrogen Cluster Hub’.
The hydrogen cluster will require an investment of €100m ($121m) for its first phase and will aim to bring together 20 institutions around the common objective to decarbonise the archipelago.
This will be done by promoting the production, distribution and commercialisation of green hydrogen in the region.
The infrastructure planned for this first phase will have a capacity to produce about 1,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year, this could reduce CO2 emissions by 10,400 tonnes.
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