Hydrogen path: EU ports unite
The Port of Bilbao, Duisport, and the Port of Amsterdam have partnered to create a renewable hydrogen corridor connecting Spain, the Netherlands, and Germany.
The initiative, aligning with EU ambitions, leverages the Port of Amsterdam as a conduit to the German market, particularly the highly industrialised Rhine-Ruhr region. The collaboration will focus on production, demand identification, and logistics to ensure a secure hydrogen supply.
Signed by high-profile executives at the H2 Connecting Event and witnessed by dignitaries including the Dutch King and officials from Germany and the Netherlands, the MOU signifies a commitment to decarbonisation and to strengthening Europe’s supply chains for renewable energy.
A joint study agreement was also signed to explore the creation of a resilient hydrogen supply chain between Amsterdam and the Rhine-Ruhr region. (pb)