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Inland navigation barge set to connect Netherland’s two largest hydrogen sources

Inland navigation barge set to connect Netherland’s two largest hydrogen sources

A grant has been issued by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Public, under its Green Deal initiative, in support of the first Dutch inland navigation barge powered by hydrogen fuel cells.

This supports the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine (CCR) vision, outlined in 2017, of zero emissions from inland navigation vessels by 2050.

Read more: Hydrogen-powered barges planned for the Rhine

The project, administered under the Dutch Green Deal for zero-emission shipping and ports, will not just be a flagship of the Dutch maritime hydrogen movement, but will likewise establish a backbone of maritime hydrogen refuelling options in both the Port of Rotterdam and the northern Netherlands Groningen Seaports.

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