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Port of Vigo set to receive huge boost to its decarbonisation efforts through hydrogen
© Univergy Solar
Port of Vigo set to receive huge boost to its decarbonisation efforts through hydrogen
© Univergy Solar

Port of Vigo set to receive huge boost to its decarbonisation efforts through hydrogen

The Port of Vigo, Spain, is set to be handed a huge boost to its net zero operations and decarbonising efforts with the port set to be home to a new green hydrogen project.

The project, dubbed ‘Julio Verne’ will see Spanish-Japanese company Univergy Solar look to produce renewable hydrogen for domestic applications in logistical operations within the port.

This will be used in both land and maritime mobility applications as well as port operations and industrial processes.

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