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Cogeneration plants need renewal plan to maintain their contribution to decarbonisation targets and industry competitiveness

A study claims that renewal plans are needed for existing cogeneration plants, which prevent around four million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

These plants are key to maintaining energy efficiency in processes and represent a major factor in company competitiveness.

Over 80% of the energy produced by these facilities is transformed through natural gas, the use of which leads to a significant emissions reduction.

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Renewable hydrogen could be a competitive alternative from 2030 if the right policies to incentivise investment are promoted

The Naturgy Foundation is publishing a new study in which experts from the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC) call for precise regulation to scale up the technology, reduce costs and attract investment.
Spain is the country with the greatest output potential in Europe thanks to its geographic conditions and climate, representing a major opportunity for the green economy.
The use of hydrogen to convert electricity into gas would also connect the large gas and electricity infrastructures.