Hydron, Ansasol's new brand in the development of green hydrogen
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Ansasol, a pioneer in the development of green hydrogen projects.
Ansasol has been committed to green hydrogen since February 2020, when the first analysis, evaluation and development of a green hydrogen generating plant using renewable energies was carried out. The company currently has more than 20 projects in different stages of development under the Hydron label, the Ansasol brand created especially for its new green hydrogen business line.
With the aim of contributing to guaranteeing a sustainable future for all, Hydron and its parent company Ansasol are immersed in the deployment of green hydrogen generation projects throughout Spain, thereby contributing to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Spain.
The SDGs are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of people around the world.
In 2015, all UN member states adopted 17 goals as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and a plan was set out to achieve these goals in 15 years.
We are developing the vector of the future today
Ansasol is already working to position itself in this great market of opportunity, in which we will play a leading role in major innovative projects. We want to be a real front runner in the energy sector with solid specialised engineering teams.
Ansasol is currently developing more than 20 green hydrogen production projects for self-consumption throughout Spain.
In addition, Ansasol is continuing its project development efforts and is actively seeking new land on which to carry out feasibility studies to increase the number of megawatts of electrolysis installed. There are currently 6 other projects under negotiation, which would increase the installed capacity by at least another 240 MW.
These figures demonstrate the company’s development potential, capable of developing 16.16% of the Green Pact target for the whole of Europe by 2024, on its own and in Spain.
One of the key factors in the energy transition
Green hydrogen is a fundamental ally for decarbonisation in many different sectors. In this dossier you will learn about its advantages, Ansasol’s business model and how we can all benefit from its continued use.
Digitalisation of consumption and production
Ansasol, as a company of the future, is also committed to monitoring hydrogen production and consumption at the hydrogen plants, so that users can programme refuelling according to the above parameters and their own organisation, needs and consumption.
This digitalisation has a clear innovative component, is easy to implement and has great added value, as in addition to providing users with the possibility and capacity for supply in a short period of time through different devices, it will allow producers
to know in real time accurate and reliable information on the return levels of the project, by being able to integrate technical, financial and meteorological data, in order to apply them at a local level and increase performance.
Ansasol, promoting the refuelling stations of the future.
The Roadmap for Renewable Hydrogen in Spain envisages the development of a network of 100 to 150 publicly accessible hydrogen refuelling stations (hydrogenerators) by 2030.
To facilitate the achievement of this objective, and as part of its strategic plan, Ansasol intends to deploy 20 hydrogenerators in strategic areas and roads in Spain to supply hydrogen to new fleets of trucks and buses, as well as light vehicles and heavy-duty machinery, and will therefore have the capacity to supply hydrogen at both 350 and 700 bars.
Ansasol's green hydrogen in the media
Ansasol’s green hydrogen projects are already increasingly present in the local, regional and national media.
From our headquarters in Andalusia, Ansasol has been dedicated to the planning, development, assembly and marketing of photovoltaic and green hydrogen installations since 2004.
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