The first large green hydrogen (H2) plant in Galicia, Spain, began its administrative and environmental processing this month. It is an electrolysis production facility that uses water from the lake of As Pontes (A Coruña) and new sources of clean energy. It is promoted by Reganosa jointly with EDP Renováveis (EDPR).

The first large renewable hydrogen plant in Galicia is part of a larger and comprehensive action that EDPR and Reganosa are promoting with the aim of turning Ferrolterra, Spain into the capital of green energy.

This hydrogen production terminal has been conceived for its connection in cumulative phases of 20, 30, and 50 MW of power, to reach a total of 100 MW after completion of its development.

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