Portugal is set to launch the first-of-its-kind auction for rights to sell green hydrogen, slated for injection into the national gas grid.
Portugal is taking bold steps towards a greener and more sustainable future by investing in the production of hydrogen and renewable gases. With a new €70 million programme under REPowerEU and a significant investment from the Recovery and Resilience Programme, Portugal aims to strengthen its energy independence and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Portuguese renewable energy company, Fusion Fuel, has taken a significant step towards advancing the green hydrogen industry by securing a long-term offtake contract for more than 100 tonnes of green hydrogen per year.
Portugal’s first centralised biomethane and renewable hydrogen auction According to CE NoticiasFinancieras, the first auction of the centrally purchased biomethane…
Portugal’s revised National Energy and Climate Plan 2030 (PNEC 2030) has sparked debate and criticism among environmentalists regarding the role of hydrogen in the country’s energy transition.
Portugal is taking significant strides towards a sustainable future by setting ambitious targets for solar energy and green hydrogen.
Luxembourg and Portugal have taken a significant step towards advancing their renewable energy goals by signing a declaration of cooperation.
Portugal possesses significant untapped potential in hydrogen production and lithium exploration, which could lead to substantial economic gains for the country’s development.
EDP Group, a prominent energy company, has unveiled plans to construct a 5 MW green hydrogen power plant in Portugal.
The EU Energy Commissioner, Kadri Simson, has praised Portugal for its work on offshore renewable energy and green hydrogen during her speech at the Great Summit of the Sustainability and Society Forum in Matosinhos, Portugal. Simson commended Portugal for its high renewable energy target and joint electrification plans with Spain.