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Green hydrogen roadmap

legislation type Executive
Road Map/Vision
Passed in 2020
This document aims at fostering the production and use of green hydrogen in Spain. The government announced that it will invest 1.5 billion euros by 2023 to foster the production of renewable-energy-sourced hydrogen in the country.

Documents

  • Carbon neutrality by 2050
    Economy-wide | Target year: 2050
  • 100% renewable energy to account for the electricity sector
    Energy | Target year: 2050
  • Install 4 GW of electrolyser power by 2030
    Energy | Target year: 2030
  • Reduce GHG emissions by 90% relative to 1990 levels
    Economy-wide | Target year: 2050 | Base year: 1990
  • A fleet of at least 150-200 buses running on Hydrogen by 2030
    Transport | Target year: 2030
  • 5,000-7,500 light and heavy vehicles powered by hydrogen by 2030
    Transport | Target year: 2030
  • Renewable Hydrogen to account for 25% of total energy consumed by industry by 2030
    Energy | Target year: 2030
  • 8900 million Euros in investments for renewable hydrogen production projects
    Finance | Target year: 2030
  • Interim targets of between 300 and 600 MW of electrolyser power by 2024 to meet objective 4GW by 2030
    Energy | Target year: 2050
  • Install at least 6 GW of electrolyzers in the EU and the production of up to 1 million tons of renewable hydrogen
    Energy | Target year: 2020
  • Install at least 40 GW of electrolyzers by 2030 and the production of up to 10 million tons of renewable hydrogen in the EU
    Energy | Target year: 2030
  • Renewable energy to contribute to 14% of energy consumption in the transport sector by 2030
    Transport | Target year: 2030
  • 2 commercial trains to be powered by hydrogen by 2030
    Transport | Target year: 2030
  • 100-150 public access hydrogen plants for refueling by 2030
    Transport | Target year: 2030
  • Reduce GHG emissions by 4.6 million tons of CO2 equivalent in the period 2020-2030
    Economy-wide | Target year: 2020
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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