According to the statement from the QLD government, Queensland is powering ahead in the new global renewable energy era, taking another significant step towards exporting green hydrogen to Europe’s largest port.
Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen Mick de Brenni said a Memorandum of Understanding has now been signed with the Port of Rotterdam in The Netherlands to collaborate on opportunities to develop a hydrogen export supply chain.
“The Port of Rotterdam has a target to import up to 20 million tonnes of hydrogen by 2050, starting with imports of ammonia in 2025.
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