Spain's Enagas, CEAR partner on domestic 30-MW green H2 project

EMEC hydrogen storage cylinders (Credit Colin Keldie)

December 22 (Renewables Now) - Spanish gas grid operator Enagas SA (BME:ENG) has teamed up with renewables developer Compania Energetica Aragonesa de Renovables (CEAR) to jointly work on a green hydrogen project in the Aragon region of Spain, the companies said in a statement on Tuesday.

The parties said that they will seek to develop up to 103 MW of power generation from a hybrid wind and solar plant, and set up a 30-MW electrolyser for the production of green hydrogen. They did not provide other details about the project.

Enagas has been working to incorporate more renewable gases into the existing gas grid infrastructure in Spain and promote new uses of gas in the industrial and maritime sectors. The company is a partner in 34 green hydrogen and 21 biomethane projects at home.

For CEAR, the green hydrogen partnership is a part its strategy to step into innovative projects, according to the joint statement. The seven-year old developer has been working on a proprietary portfolio over the years, accumulating over 700 MW of renewable energy projects.

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