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26 Jul 2021

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Trilantic Europe invests in Smile Eyes Group

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

19 Jul 2021

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Repsol and Talgo to jointly develop a renewable hydrogen-powered train

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

23 Jun 2020

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Trilantic Europe supports add-on acquisitions to bolster its healthcare portfolio in Italy and Germany

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

9 Apr 2020

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Trilantic Europe portfolio companies are actively providing resources and know-how as well as making in-kind philanthropic contributions to support health authorities in their fight against COVID-19

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

23 Oct 2019

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Trilantic Europe fully exits its successful investment in Gamenet

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

4 Sep 2019

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Trilantic Europe supports two bolt-on acquisitions for Oberberg

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

30 Jul 2019

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Trilantic Europe partially monetises its investment in Gamenet

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

21 Nov 2018

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Talgo awarded 2018 Internationalization Award

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

28 Sep 2018

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YM&U joins forces with Trilantic Europe following rebrand

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

24 Jul 2018

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Gamenet Group signed the agreement for the acquisition of 100% of GoldBet

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

15 Dec 2017

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Trilantic Europe invests in the Oberberg Group

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

6 Dec 2017

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Gamenet Group completed the listing on Borsa Italiana

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

4 Dec 2017

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Elisabetta Franchi purchases 25% of Betty Blue S.p.A. from Trilantic Europe

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

2 Nov 2017

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Talgo shortlisted for HS2 rolling stock procurement

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

1 Jun 2017

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Trilantic Europe invests in leading bioethanol business in Spain and France

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

7 Apr 2017

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Trilantic Europe becomes a shareholder in Pacha Group

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

28 Nov 2016

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Talgo wins the most important high-speed tender in Europe with its new Avril, the most advanced high-speed train

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

24 Feb 2016

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Trilantic Europe Invests In Maugeri, Leading Italian Non-Acute Private Hospital Operator

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

13 Oct 2015

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Trilantic Europe completes acquisition of 90% stake in leading Italian pharmaceuticals producer Doppel Farmaceutici

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

1 Jul 2015

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Trilantic Europe raises €900 million

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

1 Jul 2015

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IPO of Trilantic Europe IV’s portfolio companies, Talgo and Euskaltel

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

26 Mar 2015

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Prettl and Trilantic Europe announce a partnership agreement

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

14 Jan 2015

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Trilantic Capital Partners has realised its investment in Clarion Events

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

17 Oct 2013

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Trilantic acquires stake in Elisabetta Franchi

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

16 Sep 2013

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Gamenet successfully issues €200mn in its debut bond offering

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

26 Jun 2013

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Spain's Talgo Awarded €482 million Contract In Kazakhstan

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

20 Nov 2012

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Trilantic Europe exits Istanbul Doors Group, owner of the leading restaurants in Istanbul and Tom Aiken’s restaurants in London

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

14 May 2012

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Marex Spectron to acquire Schneider Trading Associates Pro-Trader Division

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

12 Dec 2011

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Talgo manufacturing facility opens in Kazakhstan

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

26 Oct 2011

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Talgo awarded the High-Speed Mecca-Medina mega-contract

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

12 Apr 2011

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Michel Léonard joins Trilantic Capital Partners as operating partner

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

24 Mar 2011

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The Istanbul Doors Restaurant Group Acquires the Restaurant Business of Michelin-Starred Chef Tom Aikens

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

22 Mar 2011

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Marex Group Reaches Agreement to Acquire Spectron Group

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

14 Feb 2011

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Appointment of John Danilovich to Trilantic European Advisory Council

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

17 Jan 2011

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Refresco Group Announces its Intention to Acquire Spumador

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

14 Jan 2011

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Trilantic Capital Partners commits up to €50 million in LeYa

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

7 Jan 2011

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Trilantic Capital Partners to Invest €53 million in Gamenet

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

11 Nov 2010

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Talgo is awarded the contract to renew and expand the intercity passenger train coaches of the national railway company of Kazakhstan

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

28 Jul 2010

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Thai Union Frozen Products Board of Directors Approves Acquisition of MW Brands from Trilantic Capital Partners

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

10 Feb 2010

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Trilantic Capital Partners has Successfully Realized its Ownership Stake in Industria de Turbo Propulsores S.A.

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

24 Sep 2009

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Talgo: Spanish Minister of Transportation to Support Talgo in its Internationalization

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

17 Jul 2009

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Talgo: Governor Doyle Announces Agreement with Talgo to Bring New Trains, Assembly and Maintenance Facilities to Wisconsin

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

9 Apr 2009

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Istanbul Doors: Group Launches New Italian Restaurant Concepts

  • Repsol and Talgo will promote a renewable hydrogen-powered train, fostering emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement between both companies has been signed by Repsol’s executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol, with the presence of Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.
  • Repsol is currently the leading hydrogen producer in Spain, operates the largest hydrogen plant in Europe and is rolling out numerous projects in the industrial hubs where it operates, to become a benchmark producer of renewable hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Talgo is already developing a project to manufacture hydrogen-powered trains, as part of the Basque Hydrogen Corridor initiative, launched by Petronor and Repsol in February this year.
  • Repsol will use its logistics infrastructure to supply renewable hydrogen to the railway network.

 

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. The agreement, signed today at the train manufacturer’s plant in Las Rozas (Madrid) has been signed by Repsol's executive director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy, Juan Abascal and the Chairman of Talgo, Carlos Palacio Oriol. In addition, the event was attended by the Chairman of Petronor, Emiliano López Atxurra.

Repsol is the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen in the Iberian Peninsula and operates the largest hydrogen plant of Europe. The company uses this gas as a raw material at its industrial centers which are already evolving to become multi-energy hubs where renewable hydrogen is a strategic pillar in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Repsol announced in November 2020, in its Strategic Plan, that it wants to play a leading role in renewable hydrogen, to be at the forefront of the market in the Iberian Peninsula. To do so, it will have an installed capacity of 400 MW by 2025 and will exceed 1.2 GW by 2030.

For its part, Talgo is developing hydrogen-powered trains that will make it possible to de-carbonize railway lines, especially those of the secondary network that are not electrified. To this end, it has developed its Vittal One train, a modular solution for medium-distance and commuter trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which will be the first dual hydrogen-electric train. The company is also planning to put on track next November a first train that will allow demonstrating and validating the concept in conditions similar to those of commercial operation.

The alliance between the two companies provides a comprehensive solution to making renewable hydrogen-powered trains a reality. Talgo will handle the design, manufacture, and commissioning of the new self-propelled trains for short and medium distances, while Repsol will offer up its renewable hydrogen generation infrastructure and the Company’s logistical means to supply the railway network.

This collaboration will promote the achievement of one of the objectives set in the Hydrogen Roadmap approved by the Government last October — to have two lines of hydrogen-powered commercial trains by 2030.

The Vittal One renewable hydrogen-powered train uses electric motors that obtain energy thanks to hydrogen cells, which turn this fuel into an electric current. This type of train can run on non-electrified tracks and without the need to install a catenary or make any other type of modifications. As such, it is a mobility solution that doesn’t need long additional developments. It also benefits in particular those regions connected to secondary rail lines that have not yet been electrified, by allowing a quick and easy implementation of decarbonized mobility.

Repsol will use organic waste to generate biogas at its industrial centers, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen. It has announced the installation of two electrolyzers with a capacity of 100 MW in Cartagena and Petronor that will supply its complexes with renewable hydrogen. In addition, the multi-energy company fosters and promotes large ecosystems across the hydrogen value chain, where supply and demand are adjusted, and technological development, investment, and public-private sector collaboration come together. This type of initiative puts Spain at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in southern Europe.

These initiatives include the Basque Hydrogen Corridor, launched in February 2021 by Petronor-Repsol and which already brings together 128 companies (Talgo is included among others), the Hydrogen Valley Catalonia, coordinated by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Repsol, and Enagás, whose objective is to consolidate an integrated ecosystem in the region around the hydrogen value chain, the renewable hydrogen hub around the Escombreras Valley, in Cartagena; and the Hydrogen cluster of Castilla-La Mancha, with the installation of a renewable hydrogen production plant using photoelectrocatalysis, a technology that Repsol is developing together with its partner Enagás, which will place the Puertollano Industrial Complex at the forefront of the sector.

Repsol press contact:
Communication and Institutional Relations
Executive Managing Division
Tel.+34  91 753 87 87
www.repsol.com 
prensa@repsol.com 

Talgo press contact:
Ana Pereira
Telf. +34 91 576 52 50
talgo@estudiodecomunicación.com 

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