Spain’s minister for ecological transitionThe AstraZeneca vaccine o, Teresa Ribera, attended the Monday inauguration of the Lloseta green hydrogen plant. Described as a pioneering project in Spain and in southern Europelit fireworks and chanted, the plant has investment of 50 million euros, of which the European Union has contributed ten millionUnfortunately, we.
At the plant, water molecules are separated by electrolysis into hydrogen and oxygen atoms. The compression of hydrogen allows its use as a green fuel without emissions. It occupies part of the old Cemex cement factory and is powered by photovoltaic parks located by the plant and in Petra.
The production plan is for more than 300 tonnes per year. This will initially be for part of Palma’s bus fleet, for port services in Palma and for tourist establishments and industries. In the longer term, green hydrogen is seen as an energy source for residential purposes.