Shell Brasil, Raízen, Hytron, Universidade de São Paulo & SENAI CETIQT have signed a cooperation agreement for the development of plants for the production of renewable hydrogen from ethanol. The partnership focuses on validating the technology through the construction of two plants sized to produce 5 kilograms per hour of hydrogen and, later the implementation of a plant 10 times larger at 44.5 per hour. The agreement also includes Hydrogen Refueling Station on the USP campus in the city of São Paulo. One of the buses used by students and visitors to the University City will stop using diesel and traditional internal combustion engines to start using hydrogen produced from ethanol and engines equipped with fuel cells. With the start of operations scheduled for 2023, the initiative emerges as a low-carbon solution for heavy transport, including trucks and buses, with the first hydrogen ethanol station in Brazil and in the world. Hydrogen from ethanol will be produced in an innovative way with the biofuel supplied by Raízen and the technology developed and manufactured by Hytron, which currently belongs to the German Neuman & Esser Group, with support from the SENAI Institute for Innovation in Biosynthetics and Fibers from SENAI CETIQT, with financing from Shell Brasil.