Port of Tallinn looks to develop a hydrogen hub in Estonia
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Port of Tallinn looks to develop a hydrogen hub in Estonia

The Port of Tallinn in Estonia wants to create a Baltic Sea green infrastructure hub – and plans include converting multiple ferries to hydrogen fuel.

Unveiling its ambitions today (August 23) the Port of Tallinn said it will work with project partners to design the hub as part of an effort to reach carbon neutrality in Estonia.

As well as converting existing ferries to hydrogen fuel, the effort will also develop hydrogen refuelling capacity at the Old Harbour to support cruise ships running on the green fuel.

The industrial parks of Muuga Harbour and Paldiski South Harbour will be a big focus for the hydrogen plans.

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