WSC is delighted to announce the hiring of three industry specialists to strengthen our Energy Transition practice.
Ignacio Asensio joins the firm as Managing Director of the New Investments Division and Member of the Executive Committee, initially be based in London. Ignacio was the former Head of Origination and Execution in the EMEA region, for Cubico Sustainable Investments. He was part of the team that span-off Cubico from Banco Santander and brings a breadth of hands-on experience…
White Summit Capital AG (“White Summit Capital” or “WSC”), a specialised energy transition, new energies and infrastructure investor, and Marubeni Corporation (“Marubeni”), a leading global conglomerate headquartered in Tokyo, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding under which Marubeni will cooperate with White Summit Capital in developing a target of 1GW of industrial scale green hydrogen projects primarily in Spain over the next decade, targeting both national and eventually international markets. White Summit Capital is developing such projects through its vertically integrated green hydrogen subsidiary, HyFive (www.hy5ive.com).
White Summit Capital, the specialised energy transition and infrastructure investor, is delighted to announce the launch of HyFive, a vertically integrated pure-play green hydrogen Company.
HyFive (www.hy5ive.com), which is headquartered in Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain), will develop industrial scale, ultra-competitive green hydrogen and green ammonia facilities throughout Southern Europe, starting in Spain. Its products will be commercialised in the local and international markets.
- This initiative will contribute to decarbonising industry, energy generation and mobility in the area, promoting long-term employment
- The project enables Andalusia to take advantage of its vast renewable resources available for green hydrogen production
Algeciras, 21st June 2021. Fisterra Energy, Enagás and White Summit Capital have put forward a project for a green hydrogen production plant in the Bay of Algeciras, Spain, with an installed capacity of 237 MW. This facility will supply green hydrogen to local industry, including large consumers of hydrogen and natural gas.