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Amsterdam latest port to mull green hydrogen imports

The port has partnered with storage company Evos and three hydrogen technology firms to import and potentially re-export green hydrogen

The Port of Amsterdam is the latest harbour in northwest Europe to launch a study into the import and storage of green hydrogen with plans to handle 1mn t/ yr by the end of the decade. This follows announcements from neighbouring ports in Rotterdam, Antwerp and Zeebrugge, which are all making plans to attract hydrogen imports into the region, where hydrogen demand is expected to exceed local supply as users turn to more sustainable feedstocks. “The cake will be big enough in the future, and we definitely recognise that setting up a hydrogen supply chain requires partnerships,” says Ramon Ernst, sustainability lead at commodity storage company Evos, which is partnering with the Port of Amst

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