After two and a half years of preliminary work, the first large green hydrogen plant in Galicia in Spain begins its administrative and environmental processing this month. It is an electrolysis production facility that uses water from the lake of As Pontes (A Coruña) and new sources of clean energy. It is promoted by Reganosa jointly with EDP Renováveis. This hydrogen production terminal has been conceived to be commissioned in cumulative phases of 20, 30 and 50 megawatts of power in order to reach a total of 100 MW after completion of its development. With an annual production capacity of up to 14,400 tons of H2 for distribution by tanker and injection into a hydro pipeline, it is expected to avoid the emission of more than 12,000 equivalent tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every month.The materialization of the complex would require an initial surface of 35,000 square meters. Its exploitation and maintenance would generate 50 direct and 55 indirect jobs, while 186 professionals would be directly involved in its construction, plus 52 indirectly. In the hiring of workers and suppliers, priority would be given to local workers and, particularly, to those affected by the cessation of activity at the coal-fired power plant.This project is part of the Pole for the Transformation of Galicia, articulated by the Xunta de Galicia. Due to its characteristics, this initiative is aligned with the objectives pursued by the EU Green Deal and the Next Generation program; the National Energy and Climate Plan, the Spanish Fair Transition Strategy, and the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan; and the State Pact for Ferrol, the Law of Administrative Simplification and Support for the Economic Reactivation of Galicia, and the Galician Strategy for Climate Change and Energy 2050.