Barcelona moves ahead with its energy transition

Barcelona nautical bus service

Source: Port of Barcelona

The Port of Barcelona is creating a new zero emission nautical bus service to be powered by solar panels or hydrogen which will also be connected to the electrical grid.

Meanwhile, the Port of Barcelona’s Management Board has also approved the advance recovery of six hectares of the concession held by Muelles y Espacios Portuarios, S.A.U. (MEPSA), located on the energy wharf, to be used for the future green fuels manufacturing plant.

This is an important step in developing the Port of Barcelona’s Energy Transition Plan.

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