Why do you need Green Hydrogen?

  • Forecasts indicate an increase in the price of CO2 emission rights.
  • It is the key to the decarbonization of applications that are difficult to electrify.

Why with Iberdrola?

  • We supply you with Green Hydrogen obtained by electrolysis, with full guarantee of supply, using electrolysers and renewable electricity

  • We analyze your situation and design a comprehensive solution tailored to your needs for all types of projects (industrial, thermal and mobility)

  • We are present throughout the entire value chain, from the generation of renewable energy to the operation and maintenance of your installation, including technological and engineering development and commissioning.

  • Iberdrola signs an alliance with Cummins for the construction of an electrolyser plant in Guadalajara.

  • Extensive experience in applying for funds, grants and subsidies for projects similar to yours.

  • Guarantee as a world leader in renewable energy.


Green Hydrogen Plant at Puertollano

Iberdrola and Fertiberia have launched a joint project to develop 800 MW of green hydrogen with an investment of 1.8 billion euros up to 2027. This innovation initiative, which begins with the commissioning of the Puertollano complex, could be completed with a plan to multiply the capacity of the first plant by 40 times through the development of three other projects between 2023 and 2027, which would be carried out at the Fertiberia plant in this suburb of Ciudad Real and at the Palos de la Frontera plant in Huelva.

Hydrogen Plant in Barcelona

Iberdrola has been awarded a 10-year contract to build and operate a hydrogen plant that will be used by Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) buses and other fleets and industries in the Zona Franca industrial park, where it will be located. The plant will be the first public plant in Spain and will supply hydrogen from renewable sources, produced by electrolysis, promoting the creation of a green hydrogen hub in a major industrial areas.

Any questions?

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and their answers

This technology is based on generating hydrogen, a universal, light and highly reactive fuel, through a chemical process known as electrolysis. This method uses an electric current to separate the hydrogen from the oxygen in water, so if this electricity is obtained

This way of obtaining green hydrogen, as the IEA points out, would save the 830 million tonnes of CO2 per year that originate when hydrogen is produced using fossil fuels. Replacing all the world’s grey hydrogen would also require an additional 3,000 TWh of

Obtaining green hydrogen by electrolysis from renewable energy consists of the decomposition of water molecules (H2O) into oxygen (O2) and hydrogen (H2).

  1. The water used for electrolysis must contain salts and minerals to conduct electricity.
  2. Two electrodes are immersed in the water and connected to a power supply, applying a direct current.
  3. The dissociation of hydrogen and oxygen occurs when the electrodes attract oppositely charged ions to themselves.
  4. During electrolysis, an oxidation-reduction reaction takes place under the effect of electricity.

Hydrogen is the most abundant chemical element in nature. Its global demand as a fuel has tripled since 1975, as noted by the IEA, reaching 70 million tonnes per year in 2018. It is also a clean energy source that emits only water vapour and leaves no contaminants

The relationship between hydrogen and industry goes back a long way. The gas has been used as a fuel since the early 19th century for cars, airships and spacecraft. The decarbonisation of the world economy, a process that cannot be postponed, will make it more

Why green hydrogen?

Because the benefits of opting for this energy are that it is...

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