Plans submitted for 38 new hydrogen stations in Spain

Plans for 38 new hydrogen refuelling stations have been presented to the Spanish Government.

Utilities company Naurgy filed the proposal earlier this month as part of an effort to provide a hydrogen-refuelling service in the urban-to-interurban environment and thereby boosting sustainable mobility in the Iberian Peninsula.

It is believed such development of such infrastructure could help to prevent the emissions of over 30,000 tonnes of CO2 a year, helping to push forward a green recovery.

As part of its initiative, Naugry has put forward two hydrogen-fuel station models for the development: 20 hydrogen stations with on-site hydrogen production at the facility through an electrolyser or an external plant; and 18 stations without on-site production.

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