A new report from Ready4H2, involving a total of 90 European distributors in 17 countries, has shown how gas distribution networks will add significant value to future hydrogen development in Europe, making it possible to achieve the ambitious climate targets of the European Union’s Fit-for-55 package.
Nedgia, the distribution company of the Naturgy Group, has launched its first public tender process in two years for installation professionals and companies in all the autonomous regions of Spain where it operates. The tender is aimed at stimulating the gas installation sector, and will potentially benefit more than 4,000 companies and strengthen the close ties that exist with the guilds and associations to which these installers belong.
Naturgy, through its electricity (UFD) and gas (Nedgia) distributors, and the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration of the Regional Government of Castile-La Mancha, have signed a collaboration agreement aimed at improving coordination and communication in emergency situations affecting the facilities or users of the networks of these two distributors in the territory of Castile-La Mancha.
A total of 59 European distributors in 13 countries have launched the ‘Ready4H2’ initiative to support the development of a hydrogen market and share knowledge and experience, to contribute to the transformation of Europe’s energy infrastructure and help meet the European Union’s climate neutrality goals.
The Director of Strategic Agreements at CaixaBank Payments & Consumer, Igor Sanchez, and our Director of Commercial Strategy and Transformation, Elena Longarela, have signed a partnership agreement to finance the cost of a natural gas installation for customers in the residential sector with some very advantageous conditions,
Our distributor Nedgia Madrid has renewed its participation in a new edition of the Private Replacement Plan for Boiler Rooms, in collaboration with the Energy Foundation of the Community of Madrid, the Association of Installation and Energy Sector Companies (Agremia), the Association of Heat Emitter Manufacturers and Generators (FEGECA), and the gas distribution companies Madrileña Red de Gas and Redexis Gas.
We are the first company to inject renewable landfill gas into Spain’s gas distribution network. A milestone that reflects the company’s commitment to the energy transition and positions it at the forefront of innovation in developing this new energy vector, which will make a significant contribution towards decarbonising the country’s energy system.
Our head of Mass Consumption Roberto Cámara and Juan Casares, Chairman of the Confederation of Housing and Refurbishment Cooperatives of Spain (CONCOVI), have signed a collaboration agreement to improve energy efficiency by installing hybrid natural gas and renewable energy solutions in new-build and refurbished homes developed by CONCOVI member cooperatives.