Spain has a leading innovation ecosystem for manufacturing hydrogen batteries and cells.
Spanish companies want to play a leading role in mobility of the future. Storage systems for all types of electric vehicles are part of the projects under development at technology centres such as TECNALIA and companies in the mobility sector.
The deployment and incorporation of electric battery means a reduction in costs. According to Mikel Lasa, CEO of EIT InnoEnergy Iberia “by 2025, electric vehicles will be highly competitive thanks to economies of scale, improved technology, infrastructure and regulation”.
TECNALIA is working on initiatives such as the value chain involved in developing hydrogen; different materials used in the fuel cell. It also heads the M2F working group on batteries and recharging systems.
- A virtual seminar entitled “Spain as a manufacturer of batteries and fuel cells” organised by the Spanish Association of Automotive Suppliers (Sernauto), in collaboration with the Spanish Automotive and Mobility Technology Platform, Move to Future (M2F).
- The National Spanish Hydrogen Centre and TECNALIA join forces to promote the development and implementation of hydrogen as an energy vector