Wind energy and hydrogen will power the Zaragoza World Expo 2008

In a very timely announcement (neatly tying up Saturday´s post), the Spanish utilities Endesa and Iberdrola have been awarded separately the construction of two wind farms that will supply renewable energy to the Zaragoza World Expo.

To complement this source of energy, the Expo will also have a Hydrogen fuel station, to be built by Carburos Metálicos for around 1.76 million dollars. Carburos is the Spanish subsidiary of the American company Air Products Group, with headquarters in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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