The aim of this project is to develop a hydrogen ecosystem on the island of Mallorca based on renewable energies.

Green hydrogen will be put to multiple uses on the island, such as to generate heat and power for commercial and public buildings, to supply power to marine stations, and to create a refuelling and supply station for fleets of buses and fuel cell rental vehicles. Some of this renewable hydrogen will also be injected into the island’s pipeline network for distribution to natural gas customers.

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Period 2021 - 2025
Grant agreement 101007201
Budget

Total eligible project costs: €20,453,569.28

  • Total eligible Enagás costs: €10,700,057

Total CH JU contribution to the project: €10,000,000 (48.9% of eligible costs)

  • CH JU contribution to Enagás: €3,700,933 (34.5% of Enagás’ eligible costs)

 

This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (now Clean Hydrogen Partnership) under Grant Agreement No 101007201. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research.

 

The aim of this project is to introduce hydrogen as an energy carrier in the port industry in real operating environments.

It includes the development of three prototypes: a hydrogen-powered reach stacker vehicle (crane for handling containers); a tractor unit to be equipped with a fuel cell for testing in loading and unloading operations at a ro-ro terminal; and the development of a mobile hydrogen supply station, which will provide fuel, in the right conditions and quantity, to guarantee the continuous work cycles of the equipment.

The project, which received European funding under the Clean Hydrogen Partnership (CH JU), involves the Valencia Port Authority, ATENA, Ballard, CNH2, Enagás, Grimaldi Group, HYSTER-Yale and MSC Terminal Valencia, and is coordinated by the Valenciaport Foundation.

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Period 2019 - 2023
Grant agreement 826339
Enagás Budget

€40,000 (100 % subsidised)

 

This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (now Clean Hydrogen Partnership) under Grant Agreement No 101007201. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research.

 

The objective of this project is to develop a renewable hydrogen production plant based on water electrolysis technology in Muel (Zaragoza).

The plant will have a 1-MW proton exchange membrane electrolyser (PEM), which will be directly connected to a 23.25-MW wind farm, for the production of renewable hydrogen. The facility will have the capacity to produce more than 100 tonnes of renewable hydrogen per year, which will be used to decarbonise local industry, specifically in the animal waste treatment and recovery process carried out at Residuos Aragón (RS), replacing part of the natural gas currently consumed as fuel in the burners.

The project will also contribute to the deployment of a hydrogen distribution infrastructure network in Aragon, promoting the use of this energy carrier for transport in this Autonomous Community.

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Project No. LIFE20 CCM/ES/001694
Project acronym CABEZO GREEN H2
Granting authority European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency
Period July 1, 2021 – December 31, 2024
Consortium agreement Yes
Participants Enagás Renovable, SL-Falck Renewables SPA, H2GREEM Global Solutions S.L, LOONIT SRL, Residuos Aragón S.L
Total eligible project budget €4,561,956
Total funding requested €2,509,072

 

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This project focuses on the development of a new full-scale photoelectrochemical technology (PEC) that allows the production of 100% renewable green hydrogen at a competitive cost from solar energy through a direct process without external electrical input (bias free).

After many years of joint research and development, and in collaboration with several of the country’s most prestigious research centres, in April 2021 ‘Sunrgyze’ was born, a company owned 50% by Enagás and 50% by Repsol, which will be dedicated to the development, industrialisation, scaling and marketing of this proprietary photoelectrocatalytic technology for the competitive production of solar hydrogen as a way to decarbonise Spanish industry.

This initiative is currently developing the first pre-commercial PEC plant at the Repsol Industrial Complex in Puertollano, which will be operational in 2025.

Sunrgyze’s technology is patented and validated at pilot plant scale and is one of 32 projects selected by the European Commission to receive funding under the Innovation Fund for small-scale projects.

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Period December 2021 - March 2028
Project No. 101038951
Project acronym SUN2HY
Call for applications InnovFund-SSC-2020
Granting authority European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency
Product start date First day of the month following the date of entry into force
Project duration 75 months
Consortium agreement Yes
Participants SUN2HY S.L, REPSOL S.A, ENAGAS S.A
Total budget €4,484,293.00

 

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The aim of this project is to demonstrate the feasibility of powering local transmission networks using fuels produced from renewable sources and seawater, in line with the Resource-Efficient Europe initiative. (COM (2010) 2020).

It envisages the production of green hydrogen from seawater and renewable energies for use in ITER (Instituto Tecnológico de Energías Renovables) maintenance vehicles. Its proposals also include the development of a hydrogen plant.

This initiative, funded by the INTERREG Atlantic Area programme, coordinated by the University of Galway, involves nine direct partners and nine associated partners, including Enagás.

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Period 2018 - 2022
Grant agreement EAPA_190/2016
Enagás Budget €150,000 (not eligible for grants)