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H2BASQUE

TECHNOLOGIES TO BOOST THE HYDROGEN ECONOMY IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY: GREEN HYDROGEN GENERATION, LED BY TECNALIA.

H2BASQUE'S CHALLENGE

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THE PROJECT

H2BASQUE FOCUSES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES SUCH AS AEM ELECTROLYSIS, PEM ELECTROLYSIS AND THERMOCHEMICAL CYCLES TO GENERATE GREEN HYDROGEN AT A COMPETITIVE COST.

This project also aims to improve the scientific, technological and commercial position of the Basque Science and Technology Network and of Basque companies in the hydrogen sector, in general, and in green hydrogen generation technology in particular.

ACTIVITIES AND OUTCOMES

Keep up to date with developments in the project.

Article on Empresa XXI

Outcome

The article "Tecnalia: green H2 at a low cost" described the three technologies to generate hydrogen that are addressed in the H2BASQUE project

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H2BASQUE partners in TECNALIA facilities

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On April 12, the representatives of the H2BASQUE consortium met for the first time face to face to discuss the progress on the development of the three hydrogen production technologies that are being carried out in the project.

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Laboratory of Tecnalia

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The H2BASQUE initiative, led by TECNALIA and made up of Tubacex Innovación, Cidetec, CIC EnergiGUNE, the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Tekniker, Petronor Innovación and the Basque Energy Cluster is going to develop innovative components for green hydrogen generation technology, such as electrolysers and thermochemical cycles, to reduce costs and the use of critical materials, in order to improve the performance of the hydrogen production process.

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