The ground-breaking approach proposed by the EU-funded project OHPERA is getting attention in the Spanish media landscape. Several Spanish media outlets have featured the project in recent days, explaining what the project’s goal is and how it could become a major success for the novel routes to H2 production.
The articles indicate how this project will contribute to the challenge of the circular economy and the recovery of waste to generate chemical products with high added value at a competitive cost and highlight the importance of a strong consortium composed of top-leading institutions as a major key to success.
You can read the full news here (in Spanish):
- EFE News Agency – Creating green hydrogen using solar energy and industrial waste. – Crear hidrógeno verde con energía solar y residuo industrial: https://bit.ly/3uZxV0D
- El Mundo – Jaume I University will investigate a clean hydrogen using industrial waste and solar energy. – La UJI investiga un hidrógeno limpio a partir de los residuos industriales y luz solar: https://bit.ly/3HH8icG
- El periódico de la energía – Spanish researchers work on a big challenge: creating green hydrogen with solar energy and industrial waste. – Investigadores españoles trabajan en el gran reto de crear hidrógeno verde con energía solar y residuos industriales :https://bit.ly/3YBNsBi