H2PLT launches Spain’s first green hydrogen micro network

H2PLT, a new renewable energy company based on green hydrogen and solar energy, has begun operations to create Spain’s first green hydrogen microgeneration network.

Founded and promoted by the entrepreneur Sisco Sapena, President and Founder of the public company Lleida.net, H2PLT has developed a proprietary model that allows innovative uses of hydrogen in underdeveloped applications, such as its use as a vector for re-electrification and application in electro-power stations or hydro generators. The company plans to file at least 15 patents on new applications and processes linked to hydrogen generation.

Headquartered in Lleida, the company seeks to promote electrified mobility and its innovative uses through H2aX applications and the development of small photovoltaic power plants dedicated exclusively to the generation of green hydrogen, through a model that can be replicated in a modular way in different parts of Spain and Europe.

It uses small photovoltaic farms and surplus solar electricity to manufacture green hydrogen by electrolysis. The hydrogen is stored and converted into electricity when needed by a fuel cell.

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