New Antwerp-Bruges port becomes member of H2Global Foundation

Europe’s largest and newest export port, the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, already perceives itself as ready to play a key role in the production, distribution and use of green hydrogen and has now been revealed as a member of the H2Global Foundation.

Officially merged in April 2022, the port’s position in the international logistics chain and as a chemical cluster is seen as crucial in accelerating the market ramp-up of green hydrogen and its derivatives.

It’s already introducing alternative energy sources such as hydrogen and turning them into sustainable raw materials and fuel for the port’s chemical sector, but the port is also expected to play a vital role in the import and local production of green hydrogen.

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