Launch of the Ebro Hydrogen Corridor website. Just over a year has passed since the Ebro Hydrogen Corridor was born on 4 April 2022 in Zaragoza, at the headquarters of the Government of Aragon.
Representatives of the governments of Catalonia, the Basque Country, Aragon and Navarre, together with the SHYNE initiative, signed the public-private collaboration protocol to advance along the path of sustainability towards a zero-emissions economy through coordinated action that allows the industrial and technological capacities of the energy and industrial sectors to be put to good use.
After this time, we are pleased to share the website https://ebroh2corridor.com/ created to promote and disseminate the actions and initiatives of the H2EBRO Corridor and its agents, in order to raise awareness of the progress made in this initiative.
The information will be offered in the languages of the participating territories: Catalan, Basque, Spanish and additionally English, both to give visibility to the project in our European environment and to promote the international projection of the corridor, its agents and the actions they undertake.
Initially we have general and basic information about the H2EBRO Corridor, such as its objectives, indicators and value chain. Our aim is for it to be a dynamic and lively space that also serves to promote collaborations and identify internal and external synergies. We will move forward to enrich this communication space as we launch new actions and proposals.
The H2EBRO Corridor is a benchmark for developing this renewable energy and leading the deployment of the renewable hydrogen value chain in southern Europe in order to generate sustainable value in the form of environmental, social and economic benefits.
It is a pioneering multi-sector public-private cooperation project that takes advantage of the synergies and complementarities existing between the different territories to carry out the decarbonisation of the economy and transport, as well as to boost the development of local technological and industrial capacities.
Decarbonisation with hydrogen: