H₂ Vector. Soluciones energéticas integradoras
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We are facing the challenge to develop a new power model. The climate change and the current technology allow the development of the use of renewable energies that are the catalyzers of this evolutive process.

We need a new fuel and thereby a new model, a complete solution. H2Vector is for hydrogen and for a power model at the service of man and environmentally friendly.


H2Vector is a proposal to change the existing power model. It is a evolution towards a welfare and sustainable society. We are a group of professional people with diverse profiles, mirroring the global society, that share a common goal.


The development of this new model calls for solutions that are:


  • Overarching
  • Focussed on our users.
  • Agile


We develop technological solutions by using the existing energy resources so that our clients can carry on their own projects.


  • Implementation of sustainable models for generation and consumption at the domestic level.


  • Implementation of sustainable models for generation and consumption at the industry level.


  • Development of packable solutions that allow maximising energy use.


  • Development of solutions for energy collection. (Power to Fuel)


  • Development of solutions for energy delivery. (Fuel to Power)


  • Development of power solutions that allow the replacement of products in facilities and sectors where production already exists.


  • Raising awareness about the benefits and limits of the different existing power vectors.
  • Japan has been promoting hydrogen as a fuel source and during the Hydrogen Ministerial Meeting in Tokyo, it was said that they had got support from 30 countries for a plan to set up 10,000 hydrogen refuelling station worldwide within the next decade....

  • According to Reuters, Honda Motor Co. and Isuzu Motors Ltd have reached an agreement to research the possibility to develop fuel cells for trucks. ...

  • During the Olympic Games in Japan, a fleet of 100 hydrogen-powered buses built by Toyota Motor Corp. will take visitors between the diverse Olympic venues. Toyota Motor Corp and Beiqi Foton Motor Co plan to operate over 1000 hydrogen buses during the Winter Games that will be held in Beijing in 2022. This will be a step forward in the use of zero-emission technologies....

  • Source: http://techxplore.co Japan relies heavily on imported liquified natural gas, coal and nuclear power and the country is making a huge effort to become carbón neutral by 2050. The Japanese have invested heavily in hydrogen and are currently producing liquid and compressed gas hydrogen from......

  • Source: Theguardian.com BP together with Ørsted, the offshore wind power developer is planning to enter the growing market of green hydrogen. They want to develop a hydrogen project in one of their German refineries. Both enterprises plan to generate gas from renewable energy collected in......

  • Source: http://www.fuelcellsworks.com Mitsubishi Power will provide the first SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell) in Europe. The hybrid-SOFC by Mitsubishi Power is a centrepiece for the research project “KWK.NRW 4.0” funded by North Rhine-Westphalia and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and it will operate under......

  • The Zeroe concept aircraft has been unveiled by Airbus. The aircraft builder is on the run to get new hydrogen propelled aircraft....

  • The H2Rex system has already been implemented in the Prefecture of Fukushima to supply electricity using the hydrogen supplied by FH2R....

  • Researchers from the University College and Queen Mary University of London have published in the RSC journal Nanoscale that they have produced long-lasting graphene using a scalable technique to develop hydrogen fuel cell catalysts....