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thyssenkrupp Steel, HKM and Port of Rotterdam to investigate international hydrogen supply chains

thyssenkrupp Steel, HKM and Port of Rotterdam to investigate international hydrogen supply chains

thyssenkrupp Steel, HKM and the Port of Rotterdam have joined forces to investigate setting up international supply chains for hydrogen.

Sharing the news on Tuesday (May 4), the trio said they will explore port opportunities via Rotterdam and a possible pipeline corridor between Rotterdam and thyssenkrupp Steel’s and HKM’s steel sites in Duisburg,

It is through the effort may serve as a framework for additional initiatives and aims at supporting existing initiatives and projects the partners are involved in.

The Port of Rotterdam recognises that vast imports of hydrogen are necessary if Europe and Germany want to reduce CO2 emissions and become climate-neutral by 2050, while maintaining its strong industrial backbone.

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