Repsol produces renewable hydrogen from biomethane in Spain


In a major milestone for the clean fuel economy, Repsol has produced renewable hydrogen using biomethane as a raw material in Cartagena, Spain.

Announcing its achievement today (Oct 4), Repsol said the produced ten tonnes of hydrogen, made from 500MWh of biomethane, has been used to manufacturer low-carbon fuels.

Part of Repsol’s effort to utilise state-of-the-art technologies to transform waste into products with high value, the effort is believed to have prevented approximately 90 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.

Aside from the above project, Repsol is already deploying a multitude of projects throughout the renewable hydrogen value chain, such as the developments of a 2.5MW and a 10MW electrolyser in Petronor.

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