Uniting Europe Through the H2Med Energy Interconnection Project

Uniting Europe Through the H2Med Energy Interconnection Project

Spain, Portugal and France have launched the H2Med energy interconnection project, which will be the first major green corridor connecting the Iberian Peninsula with the rest of Europe. The project was presented by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, French President Emmanuel Macron and Portuguese Prime Minister António Costa in Alicante. This interconnection will enable 10% of EU’s hydrogen consumption to be transported by 2030. The European Commission has also published the REPowerEU Plan which includes this project as a Project of Common Interest (PCI) and makes it eligible for European funding instruments such as Connecting Europe Facility.

The Benefits of the Green Corridor

The Green Corridor is an initiative to create a continuous green space along a designated route. This corridor provides numerous benefits to local communities, including improved air quality, reduced noise pollution, and increased biodiversity. Additionally, the presence of this green space can provide a calming and peaceful atmosphere for citizens to enjoy. The corridor also serves as an important habitat for wildlife and helps preserve natural resources. Furthermore, it can provide recreational opportunities for people of all ages, such as walking trails, bike paths, and outdoor activities. All in all, the Green Corridor is an essential part of any community’s infrastructure and should be supported by all.
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