The government of Spain’s Balearic Islands this week unveiled the Power to Green Hydrogen Mallorca project, promoted by the regional government and private companies Cemex, Enagás, Acciona and Redexis. The project involves what was described as the largest renewable hydrogen plant in Europe intended for transportation fuel. Set to be operational in 2021, the green hydrogen production plant – powered by solar – will supply 10 MW worth of non-polluting energy to sustainable mobility vehicles, hotels in the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença, and to the industrial estate of Inca. The new facility will provide sustainable fuel for public and private transport, in the form of public transport buses and privately owned fleets such as rental and courtesy cars.
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