Hydrogen stands out as one of the most relevant options for zero-emission mobility in order to meet decarbonization targets. “HI_MOV Corredor Tecnológico Transfronterizo de Movilidad con Hidrógeno Renovable”, the European project led by CTAG, seeks to address the technological and infrastructural challenges for its implementation in the Galicia-North Portugal Euroregion.
The objective of the project is to create a cross-border ecosystem to boost the hydrogen value chain to promote sustainable mobility in the region. Over the next 36 months, it will focus on analysing the potential of renewable hydrogen, improving technological capacity building, and developing and demonstrating the viability of hydrogen technology solutions in cross-border pilot tests.
The launch event took place this morning at CTAG’s facilities in O Porriño, attended by representatives of the Xunta de Galicia, POCTEP, AECT-GNP, CCDR-NORTE, INEGA, USC, Universidade do Minho, ENERGYLAB, PIEP, Petrotec and Universidade do Porto.
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