HPC to perform concept study for Heligoland hydrogen bunker

The municipality of Heligoland has commissioned Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) to perform a concept study for the construction of a hydrogen bunker on the island.

The study will require HPC to investigate the commercial and infrastructural suitability of the island as a potential location for hydrogen supply for shipping traffic on the North Sea.

In order that alternatively powered ships can be employed on a large scale, a corresponding bunker infrastructure must be available in ports such as Heligoland, which is frequented by crew transfer vessels, passenger and research ships and recreational craft.

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