Plans for what is believed to be the largest green hydrogen plant for industrial use in Europe have progressed, with project lead Iberdrola on Thursday (June 10) confirming that it has brought two new companies onboard.
The Spanish multinational electric utility company and fertiliser and industrial chemicals specialist Fertiberia unveiled plans for the facility last year (2020), as part of an effort to decarbonise the industrial fertiliser manufacturing process.
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To be located at Fertiberia’s Puertollano plant, the facility will produce green hydrogen from 20MW electrolysis systems, which also include a 100MW photovoltaic facility and an ion-lithium battery system.
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