The H2Pole project makes a step ahead towards the development of a Green Hydrogen Supply Chain connecting Spain with North-West Europe.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (“MHI”) adheres to the Memorandum of Understanding between Sojitz, Reganosa, and Rubis Terminal for the development of a Green Hydrogen Supply Chain connecting Galicia and North-West Europe.
Reganosa is developing the H2Pole project, first-ever regional hydrogen-project labelled as “Strategic Industrial Project”, will consist in a green-hydrogen production facility located in the Galicia, Northwest of Spain. Its initial phase operational in 2026, will target regional customers.
In a second stage, the H2Pole Project is looking forward to expanding its production
to export green hydrogen or green hydrogen-carriers produced in Galicia
to Northwest Europe (e.g. Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp, “ARA”) where import demand is expected to surge in the coming years to reach 2050 net zero targets.
MHI is one of the world’s leading industrial groups, spanning energy, smart infrastructure, industrial machinery, aerospace and defense.
Reganosa Asset Investments is a fully owned subsidiary of parent company Reganosa Holdco S.A.
Japan-oriented global trading and investment firm in the field of a wide range
of industries including energy and renewable power.
About Rubis Terminal:
Logistics international company specialized in storage and handling of bulk liquid
& gas in Europe (France, Spain, ARA: Antwerp and Rotterdam).
Tel. : +33 (0)6 31 36 73 95