Hydrogen exports between Australia and Europe could be given a boost under new agreement

The Queensland Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with the Port of Rotterdam to jointly develop green hydrogen export supply chains.

Announced today (May 11), Mick de Brenni, Queensland Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen, revealed the agreement between the Australian state and the Dutch port, which could see huge developments in hydrogen exports between Australia and Europe.

The news comes after the Port of Rotterdam Authority, presented plans to a European Commissioner which would see 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen flowing through the Port annually by 2030.

Read more:  Port of Rotterdam could be situated to provide 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen annually by 2030

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