Discover what we do as the Foundation that develops sustainable projects with hydrogen and to lead the decarbonization using hydrogen as an energy vector at national and international level.



We promote the SDGs

FHa, as a non-profit organisation, whose objective is the development of new energy technologies based on hydrogen to help decarbonise and improve the environment, is set to conduct an analysis of the impact of its activities on the SDGs, using the methodology proposed on the Guide for Business Action on the SDGs. UN. SDG Compass, alongside complementary documents. This document shows the results of the analysis and how the impact of FHa´s activities on the SDGs will be measured.



Out of the 17 proposed goals,8 have been selected:



The energy transition to achieve climate-neutral societies is not a wild idea of the far future, but a reality we are already fully immersed in. Aware of the main threat posed by climate change and environmental degradation, Europe and the rest of the world are developing plans, legislation and regulations to stem it, with hydrogen as one of the key elements conducing to decarbonisation.

WE SUPPORT the European Green Deal. Presented in December 2019 as one amongst the first actions outlined in the agenda geared towards the transformation of the EU into a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy, it is based on the reduction of emissions and job creation, and with the overall goal of achieving a climate-neutral Europe by 2050.

The Green Deal includes hydrogen as one of the key elements to attain carbon neutrality by 2050.

The foundation is also expanding its field of action through a number of alliances with other organisations to allow the transfer of knowledge and experience, as well as support its trustees in broadening its scope of action.



Biodiversity and hydrogen to halt nature’s loss

Biodiversity and hydrogen to halt the loss of nature. Renewable energies have a key role to play in fulfilling the pacts to avert the global crisis. “Climate change and biodiversity loss (as well as pollution) are part of an interlinked triple global crisis that the world is currently facing. They must be addressed together if […]

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Hydrogen: towards a zero emission society

Hydrogen: towards a zero emission society. Scientific advances have brought us to a critical point where we are facing the challenges of reducing pollution and changing our emission pattern in society! That is why from the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation (FHa) we develop projects that collaborate with the way forward of zero emissions in society. The […]

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How is green hydrogen produced?

How is green hydrogen produced? This question has 1,180,000 Google searches. From here another question could arise, why the interest about this color of hydrogen? One of the most striking features of green hydrogen is that it is created using renewable energy sources. That is why its production and use is crucial nowadays. In Aragon […]

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Our president Arturo Aliaga inaugurates RENMAD 2023, the congress that brings together the main renewable hydrogen agents in Aragon.

The Department of Industry, Competitiveness and Business Development and the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon support the celebration of RENMAD 2023, the main congress on renewable hydrogen in the country. This event will be held again in Zaragoza over the next two days. Last year’s edition brought together more than […]

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GREEN HYSLAND: more than just a pilot project

GREEN HYSLAND is much more than a pilot project in Mallorca. It is also about showing the full potential of renewable hydrogen for decarbonization and economic development of the islands in the European Union and worldwide. Several islands are directly involved in GREEN HYSLAND as project partners and will participate in an in-depth GREEN HYSLAND […]

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