Agreement could see green hydrogen supply chain between Ireland and Europe

A freshly inked agreement between Irish firm, EIH2, Port of Cork and Port of Amsterdam could see a green hydrogen supply chain established between Ireland and Europe.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) follows on from the Irish Government identifying an additional 2GW of offshore wind to be used for green hydrogen production, earlier this year.

It is hoped the partnership will provide a route to market, needed for Ireland to become a net exporter of energy in the future.

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