Low-carbon molecule production projects have primarily emerged in Northern Europe based on hydroelectric, geothermal and wind resources. Rich in renewable resources, the Iberian Peninsula is nevertheless likely to become the other major European energy hub.
With a deeply ingrained European ambition, reflected by its investments in Portugal or Sweden, and the experience of its managers in renewable development, Elyse Energy has, since its inception, focused its development on two major areas: France and its nuclear power plants, and its renewable alter ego the Iberian Peninsula. A local team was set up in Madrid, and later in Lisbon, to develop e-molecule production projects. These projects include the production of green hydrogen by means of water electrolysis, carbon capture and the synthesis and distillation of methanol, as well as the development of renewable, solar PV and wind power capacity.