URBAS and AECOM to develop green hydrogen projects and sustainable fuels
URBAS –a global group specializing in sustainable infrastructures and buildings, real estate development and renewable energy– has signed an agreement with AECOM –a leading international engineering, architecture and sustainability company– to develop green hydrogen, ammonia green, and sustainable fuels that support the global energy transition.
Through this agreement, URBAS and AECOM are positioned as strategic partners to identify joint business opportunities and offer internationally competitive comprehensive solutions in projects for the production and transformation of hydrogen along with the generation of synthetic and sustainable fuels, especially focusing on methanol projects.
“Spain is destined to become an important location for the production of ecological hydrogen thanks to its abundance of sunshine and its wind capacity,” explains Javier Camy.
This alliance has the potential to strengthen the synergies between URBAS and AECOM, both companies with a vocation to consolidate themselves as key players in the global energy transition, which will now capitalize on their experience in the entire renewable energy value chain and in green hydrogen projects. , green ammonia and sustainable fuels.
This is not the first time that URBAS and AECOM have worked together on projects related to renewable energy. In this sense, both companies participate in the ATOME project in Paraguay for the construction in Villeta of what will be the largest green hydrogen and ammonia facility in Latin America based on one hundred percent renewable energy.
“This association combines the vision and experience of AECOM and URBAS, two world leaders in decarbonisation projects for industry, renewable energy, energy storage, energy efficiency, sustainable solutions and biofuels. We look forward to expanding our relationship with URBAS and advancing the production of green hydrogen, ammonia and green fuels to develop highly efficient low-carbon energy solutions that support the global energy transition”, said Sam Mackilligin.