Port of Rotterdam and Chile ink green hydrogen agreement

The Port of Rotterdam and Chile have inked a brand-new green hydrogen agreement that will see the two locations work together to pair international supply and demand of the clean fuel.

Minister Juan Carlos Jobet, of the Ministry of Energy of Chile, and Allard Castelein, CEO of the Port of Rotterdam yesterday (17th March) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the effort.

With the newly formed alliance, the locations will collaborate to advance the use of hydrogen. They will also share information, knowledge, good practices, experiences, formal discussions and collaborating on projects of mutual interest and benefit.

At the signing, Minister Jobet said the agreement is an important step for the port as an energy gateway for Europe, with some 13% of energy used in Europe reaching the continent via Rotterdam.

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