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Exolum Joins the Hydrogen Europe Alliance to Contribute to the Development of Green Hydrogen as an Energy Vector

By March 24, 2022 2   min read  (316 words)

March 24, 2022 |

Fuel Cells Works, Exolum Joins the Hydrogen Europe Alliance to Contribute to the Development of Green Hydrogen as an Energy Vector

Hydrogen Europe is the leading organisation comprised of European companies and associations committed to the development of this energy vector

This initiative is part of the diversification and growth strategy developed by the company to face the energy transition challenge

Exolum is currently building the first green hydrogen production plant in the Madrid region and is part of the Win4H2 alliance aimed at developing a network of 50 hydrogen stations to promote the establishment of national logistics routes with supply security

Exolum has joined the Hydrogen Europe alliance, a leading organisation in Europe, aimed at accelerating the European hydrogen industry to achieve EU climate neutrality by 2050. The alliance comprises over 300 companies and 30 national associations encompassing the entire value chain of the European hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem.

Exolum is pursuing an ambitious growth and diversification plan towards new business models, which include the contribution to the development of the green hydrogen industry as an energy vector. The company is also carrying out projects relating to the storage and distribution of chemicals, eco‐fuel and the circular economy.

In this regard, Exolum is building the first green hydrogen production plant in the Madrid region, which is expected to be fully operational in the second half of 2022. To begin with, the plant will produce approximately 60 tonnes of green hydrogen per year so that any company or user interested will have access to it.

Furthermore, Exolum, together with Naturgy and Enagás (through its subsidiary Scale Gas), has created the Win4H2 alliance to jointly analyse and develop infrastructure for the production, distribution and supply of green hydrogen to enable mobility with vehicles powered by this sustainable fuel throughout the Iberian Peninsula.

The project envisages the creation of a network of 50 hydrogen stations throughout Spain offering a uniform penetration of this energy vector, thus allowing the establishment of national logistics routes with supply security and connections with international routes.

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