Ansasol is in luck. The engineering and development company for solar energy projects and installations and photovoltaic plantss has been recognized with the Malaga SME of the Year Award 2022within the sustainable SME category.
This recognition, granted by the Chamber of Commerce of Spainthe Chamber of Commerce of Malaga and Banco Santander, recognize the performance of small and medium-sized companies in the province of Malaga, whose activity is essential for the creation of employment and wealth at the local level.
In the words of Tobias Greiling, CEO and co-founder of Ansasol, “This recognition is another response to our commitment to sustainable development and our vision as a company focused on carrying out clean and renewable energy projects anywhere in the world, through efficient, profitable and sustainable production processes.”.
The winning company of the 2022 SME Award in Malaga will attend the National SME of the Year Award 2022 which will be decided in the first quarter of 2023. Likewise, the winning companies of the different second prizes and the Special Mention will compete for the National Award in their respective categories.
Ansasol, through its new business unit specialized in green hydrogen, currently has more than 20 green hydrogen projects between phases of processing or in development, distributed among 5 autonomous communities of the Spanish territory.
More than 200 MW are already in internal development and another 750 MW in environmental and industry processing, so the current portfolio amounts to a total electrolysis power of 950MW, making it one of the most ambitious green hydrogen development plans in the entire Spanish private sector for the coming years.
This energy vector increasingly occupies a leading role in the conversation around the energy transition and in the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This is because hydrogen, the most abundant chemical element in the universe, can act as a new fuel for vehicles with zero polluting impacts. It can also be a carrier of energy, introduced and transported by the European gas pipeline network and converted back into electricity, in addition to its energy storage being viable.