A mix of hydrogen and natural gas to power an island. Tormene Group’s static mixer (GreenBoost) arrives in Mallorca.

The energy industry continues to take important steps towards a more sustainable future. During the days of last week, Tormene Group delivered the natural gas and green hydrogen blending skid. The skid will be the beating heart of the power plant that will be built on the island of Mallorca.

The system represents the perfect fusion of sustainability and efficiency, thanks to the synergy between natural gas, an established energy source, and green hydrogen, a clean and renewable alternative. Tormene Group’s innovative static mixer plays a crucial role in ensuring a homogeneous and optimal mixing of these two elements, paving the way for new horizons in the use of cleaner and more sustainable energy.

GreenBoost, the static mixer designed and manufactured in the workshops of Tormene Group, is the real novelty and will be used for the first time inside a mixing skid. Thanks to a state-of-the-art design and unprecedented engineering precision, the mixer ensures efficient and reliable blending between natural gas and green hydrogen. Its ability to dynamically adapt to changes in input flow and composition makes it a versatile solution for the ever-changing needs of the energy industry.

This delivery represents a step forward in achieving global environmental goals. The combined use of natural gas and green hydrogen not only helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but also paves the way for a more flexible energy landscape.

Towards a Sustainable Energy Revolution: Green Hysland

This delivery is not only a step towards global environmental goals but marks the beginning of Green Hysland, the flagship project of Southern Europe. Located in the enchanting Balearic Islands, Green Hysland will generate, distribute and locally use at least 300 tons of renewable hydrogen per year, produced thanks to solar energy on the island of Mallorca.

Mallorca’s Sustainable Future

Mallorca, thanks to its strategic location, aspires to become the first hydrogen hub in southern Europe. This state-of-the-art project not only promises to decarbonise the island’s gas supply, but also serves as a replicable model for other islands in the EU and beyond. Through a variety of applications, from powering fuel cell buses to providing auxiliary power for ferries and port operations, the project promises to transform Mallorca into a living example of an integrated island economy based on green hydrogen.

Investing in a Sustainable Energy Future

The project will require a total investment of around €50 million, which includes not only the generation of renewable electricity but also the purchase of equipment for green hydrogen end-uses. In line with the “Hydrogen Road Map,” recently approved by the Spanish government, this investment will help strengthen Spain as a technological benchmark in the production and use of renewable hydrogen, with a production capacity of 4 GW by 2030.

 

In conclusion, with Green Hysland, Mallorca not only becomes the pioneer of green hydrogen in the Mediterranean but also underlines the crucial role of Tormene Group’s GreenBoost static mixer in shaping the sustainable energy future.

 

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