The first commercial project of renewable hydrogen production in Spain, was born as a solution for the conditions of pollution in the country, where waste from human activity and industrial or biological processes have raised the levels of pollution to become harmful for people and environment. Besides, it arose due to the development of hydrogen technology and fuel cells in general, and its development applied to urban mobility in particular.

VITALE means vitality in Latin. It is the name chosen for the development, construction and operation of the first renewable hydrogen production plant.

The high purity and renewable hydrogen is obtained from the breaking down of water molecules (H2O), which brings a new concept in the decarbonisation of our way of life in Spain.

Deadlines – production capacity, schedule – stages of the project and location

Deadlines – production capacity
Stage 1:

Production capacity: 1,9 millions of Nm3/year H2 and 850,000 Nm2/O2 high purity, 99,999%.

Stage 2 y 3:

They will be implemented by the increasing demand in cities and industry.

The message “VITALE” aims to sensitize the energy sector, to society and political class, using hydrogen as an energy vector.

The hydrogen produced is used as fuel for the mobility sector. It is planned to be distributed in Alcázar de San Juan, Toledo, Madrid, Ciudad Real, Albacete, Cuenca and Guadalajara. The consumption of hydrogen result in the direct reduction of the levels of greenhouse gases, particles and noise in the city, improving the quality of the health of its inhabitants, industrial processes reducing its carbon footprint and the decarbonization of natural gas.

Schedule – stages of the project


Stage 1: project development

Execution of basic engineering, economic and technical studies, application of permits and authorizations for the construction of the project. Runtime: 6 months.

Stage 2: construction and operation

Construction runtime: 12 months. Operation during 20 years.



Alcázar de San Juan
  • Hydrogen generation facility