Calvera revealed that it plans to expand its hydrogen ventures to meet the demand for hydrogen refueling stations over the next decade.
According to the Spanish government’s “Green Hydrogen Roadmap,” between 100 and 150 hydrogen refueling stations should be available by 2030 for the estimated 5,000 to 7,000 light and heavy hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
Calvera said it would gradually expand its production capacity in order to produce high-efficiency equipment with guaranteed service, protection, and modularity to meet consumer demand, and it aims to be at the forefront of Spanish hydrogen infrastructure.
The company provides the required equipment to support a hydrogen system by constructing a mobile gas pipeline to transport hydrogen from the point of generation to the point of consumption.
This approach also contains its own proposals, such as compression systems for filling high-pressure hydrogen tank trucks or a full range of such tanks with all available technologies.