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Namibia, Port of Rotterdam to develop a green hydrogen supply chain
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Namibia, Port of Rotterdam to develop a green hydrogen supply chain

Namibia continues to position itself as a major country for the production and export of hydrogen with the Namibian Ports Authority signing a new agreement with the Port of Rotterdam.

With the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), Namibia’s Namport could become a key export location in Namibia as, through the agreement, green hydrogen exports could enter the European market from this port.

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This MoU expands on the recent $9.4bn Namibia green hydrogen megaproject that aims to produce an estimated 300,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year in the African nation which will serve both domestic applications as well as exportation potential.

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