The European Commission will support the development of a hydrogen station in Madrid as part of the ECO-net Project, coordinated by Enagás.
On top of the hydrogen station development, the European Commission will also support Enagás construct fifteen LNG refuelling stations.
As a whole, the project has an overall budget of approximately €13m and includes the construction of 16 supply points for fuel alternatives for heavy vehicles and cars within a period of up to three years.
The supply points – one hydrogen – will be a first in Spain at 700 bar pressure and will be distributed along the Spanish corridors of the Trans-European Transport Network.
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