Energy partners to develop new hydrogen import facility at Port of Rotterdam


Energy storage specialist Global Energy Storage Group (GES) and Australian green hydrogen project developer Provaris have partnered to develop a gaseous hydrogen import facility at the GES terminal at the Port of Rotterdam.

According to Provaris, the terminal is a ‘world-first’ for bulk scale import of gaseous hydrogen that can accelerate the availability of green molecules for industrial users.

Once developed, the terminal will be capable of importing both refrigerated ammonia and compressed hydrogen, with redeliveries into barges, rail, truck and the hydrogen grid (HyNetwork) operated by Gasunie.

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