Antwerp-Bruges joins H2Global

(TSM, July 13) The Port of Antwerp-Bruges in Belgium has joined Germany’s H2Global Foundation, which aims to foster the production and use of green hydrogen and other climate-neutral energy carriers in Europe.

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges, which merged in April to become Europe’s largest export port, has joined the foundation with an endowment of €100,000. The port has an important place in the global logistics chain and is a major chemical cluster, so will have an important role to play in a green hydrogen network.

By making green hydrogen an acceptable energy substitute in Europe, H2Global will aid the energy transition and independence from Russian gas supplies.

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