The Government announces the first 400 million PERTE of green hydrogen

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The government has already launched the first calls for incentive programs within the framework of the green hydrogen PERTE for a total amount of 400 million eurosthe fourth part of which was announced in 2021. As stated in a response registered in Congress, collected by Europa Press, the Executive explains that, to date, the first two basic orders have been published by which they are regulated the programs for the application of funds in lines 1 and 3 of Component 9 -Renewable hydrogen- of the Recovery Plan. Likewise, the first calls for its incentive programs have been launched, with a budget allocation of 250 and 150 million euros, respectively.

Line 1 refers to support measures for SMEs and technology centers to allow them to improve their productive capacities and technology transfer. For its part, line 3 focuses on the development of pioneering projects that allow the introduction of green hydrogen, among others, in other industrial poles other than the one included in the cluster and in isolated energy systems, as well as the integration of the supply of renewable hydrogen in transport, electricity generation and thermal uses.

The Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation of Renewable Energies, Renewable Hydrogen and Storage was approved by the Council of Ministers on December 14, 2021, with investments of more than 16,300 million euros.

Execution until 2026 of the green hydrogen PERTE

This project is aimed at transforming the productive fabric, acting on the supply of technologies, products and solutions, as well as their integration into the economy and society as a whole. For this, the PERTE is articulated through calls in which companies can participate in a competitive concurrence regime. The Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge plans that the bulk of the aid lines and actions will be available between 2022 and 2023, and the beneficiary projects will be executed until 2026.

Source: lainformacion.com

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