The Spanish Hydrogen Association, a non-profit organization whose main objective is to promote the development of hydrogen technologies as an energy vector, announced today that the Energy Lancuyen Group, specialized in the construction of solar plants and wind farms, has acquired the condition of “promoting partner”.
The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) continues to add partners and continues to strengthen ties with them. The Energy Lancuyen Group , which has been a partner of AeH2 since November 2020, has just acquired the status of “promoter partner”. With this step -informs the Association-, Lancuyen and AeH2 will strengthen their collaboration in the “promotion of promotion, innovation and development activities in the field of this energy vector”.
Energy Lancuyen is a Chilean company with more than ten years of experience in the field of renewable energies. The Group operates in the areas of construction, industrial assembly and solar installations and wind farms.
Javier Brey, president of the Spanish Hydrogen Association : “It is an honor to have a great company like Energy Lancuyen among the promoter partners of AeH2. It is increasingly evident that hydrogen technologies are a necessary way to achieve the climate objectives set by the United Nations and the European Commission, and more so in a sector such as construction. This collaboration agreement highlights Energy Lancuyen’s strong commitment to hydrogen technologies and their potential for decarbonizing the economy ”
About AeH2 (www.aeh2.org)
The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) is a non-profit organization that since 2002 has promoted both the environmental benefits and the industrial boost that, in the long term, would derive from the use of hydrogen as a carrier of energy. AeH2 is made up of companies, public and private institutions and people who share this goal. Among the initiatives it promotes is the Spanish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform (PTE HPC), a project supported by the Ministry of Science.
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