Repsol and Navantia Seanergies have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly explore business opportunities in renewable hydrogen production in Spain. The signing took place at Navantia's Turbine Factory in Ferrol, a center that will play a key role in this agreement. The two companies have agreed to combine knowledge and efforts for the industrial development of renewable hydrogen. On the one hand, Navantia Seaenergies has announced the start-up of an electrolyzer production line at its Turbine Factory in Ferrol. On the other hand, Repsol will promote the installation of this equipment for the production of renewable hydrogen in its ambition to lead the market in the Iberian Peninsula and thus reach its capacity targets, set at 1.9 GW in 2030. In this way, both entities seek to position Spain as an international leader in the production of renewable hydrogen, while also contributing to reindustrialization, quality employment and economic development in the country. Repsol is currently the leading producer and consumer of hydrogen on the Iberian Peninsula, and has renewable hydrogen as one of its key transformation pillarsfor achieving its goal of being a company with zero net emissions by 2050. The multi-energy company has its own renewable hydrogen strategy to deploy projects throughout the value chain, with a planned investment of 2,549 million euros by 2030.