Enagás and Repsol are jointly developing a photoelectrocatalysis project for the production of green hydrogen. The project is one of the most innovative in the world and has already received 65 patent applications in more than 30 countries.
The Norwegian hydrogen strategy seeks to harness the energy advantages of a country that produces more energy than it consumes.
On 1 January, a key decade begins for the planet. A decade in which governments and institutions will have to go at full throttle in their race to decarbonise the economy and support green energy.
A direct successor to the stowage of fuel in ships and steam locomotives of the First Industrial Revolution, this Anglo-Saxon term represents a great opportunity to meet the European Union's environmental objectives thanks to LNG for maritime transport.
The Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge of the Spanish Government gave the green light to the “Hydrogen Roadmap: a commitment to renewable hydrogen”, which underlines green hydrogen as a key element in achieving climate neutrality and a 100% renewable electricity system by 2050
Energía Positiva+ and Ingenia Energy Challenge receive hundreds of proposals aimed at defining the energy sector of the future while mitigating the economic and social impact of COVID-19
Eugenia Sillero has been the Secretary General of Gasnam, the Iberian Association for natural gas-powered mobility, since 2018. Its aim is to promote the use of natural and renewable gas in mobility, both on land and at sea in the Iberian Peninsula. As part of our series of interviews with women from the energy sector, today she shares with us her views on equality, leadership and the challenges facing the sector in the coming years.
Continuing with the series of interviews that began on the occasion of ‘International Women's Day’, today we spoke with Rosa María Sanz, chairperson of Sedigas
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is natural gas that has been processed to be transported in liquid form, but how does gaseous natural gas become liquid, i.e. LNG?
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