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Global Energy Storage signs agreement to prepare the Port of Rotterdam for blue and green hydrogen

Global Energy Storage signs agreement to prepare the Port of Rotterdam for blue and green hydrogen

Global Energy Storage (GES) is to make a new, major investment in the Port of Rotterdam with the company positioning itself to cater for the growing demand for renewable technologies with green and blue hydrogen included.

Revealed today (Nov 11), GES will launch an investment into the major European port by purchasing an interest in part of the assets of the Stargate Terminal as it aims to develop more than 20 hectares at the heart of the port.

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This could situate the port at the forefront of renewable technologies in Europe in the future and could provide crucial infrastructure to support the import of hydrogen, through ammonia, and distributing green and blue hydrogen across the continent.

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