Hydrogen to take the Baltic Sea by storm as ESL Shipping joins the Botnia Link H2 partnership

As the Baltic Sea gears up to introduce hydrogen marine technologies, ESL Shipping has joined the Botnia Link H2 partnership to promote the clean energy carrier.

The joint project, featuring companies such as Uniper, ABB, AB, the Port of Luleå and Luleå Energi, aims to develop a hydrogen value chain in the Baltic Sea as a means to reduce the carbon emissions within Sweden.

This will also see the creation of a hub for hydrogen.

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