Hydrogen May Fuel Future Heavy Transport Needs in Amsterdam Port as Feasibility Study Opens

When a 2017 report from the Dutch National Environment Agency proposed that EU climate change policy was ineffective, the reaction was for the bulk of the country's politicians to back a new Climate Law setting ambitious targets of 49% CO2 reduction by 2030 compared to 1990 levels and a 95% cut by 2050, with a future carbon neutral electricity policy. The Port of Amsterdam has moved beyond its shipping and logistics portfolio of late with a variety of Green initiatives and the political impetus has now engendered a further expansion.

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