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Iberdrola, Porcelanosa set to decarbonise ceramic production with green hydrogen

Iberdrola, Porcelanosa set to decarbonise ceramic production with green hydrogen

Iberdrola and Porcelanosa have together launched the GreenH2ker project that will electrify ceramic production by combining renewables, green hydrogen and heat pump technology into an oven in a Porcelonosa factory in Vila-real, Spain.

By making the changes to its combustion system, Porcelanosa will integrate green hydrogen generation with the efficient use of a heat pump to avoid 2,351 tonnes of CO2 a year.

Read more: Iberdrola Chairman announces green hydrogen business unit at New York Climate Week

This solution will optimise residual thermal energy by replacing up to half of the natural gas used as fuel with green hydrogen

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