- The Company, the first Andalusian enterprise, bets on this region as a strategic location to lead the production of green hydrogen and biofuels, in order to decarbonize the industry and sectors such as aviation, heavy transport or maritime
- Cepsa will invest nearly 60% of its total planned investment in Andalusia until 2030, which will generate 17,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs during the construction and operation of these projects during their useful life
- Its Andalusian Energy Parks, which have a highly competitive geographical location and are next to relevant ports, will become the gateway to Europe for the export of green hydrogen. Currently, Cepsa has a very outstanding port activity and is the leader in exports in Andalusia
- Cepsa will develop a portfolio of solar and wind power projects with 7 GW of capacity. In Andalusia, the company already has 1 GW connected to the grid
- It will create the leading sustainable mobility ecosystem and the largest ultra-fast electric charging network on the road and transform its service stations into digitized ultra-convenient and refreshment spaces
As a result of this investment, Cepsa will generate 17,000 jobs, including direct, indirect and induced jobs, during the construction and useful life of the projects. Of these, 13,000 will be direct or indirect jobs and 4,000 will be induced jobs.
Today, the CEO of Cepsa, Maarten Wetselaar, presented the strategic lines of this plan during an informative meeting held in Seville, organized by Nueva Economía Forum, in which he emphasized the strategic and historical nature of this commitment.