Low-carbon hydrogen, such as green and blue hydrogen, offers a unique and rare opportunity for the Port of Rotterdam to remain a globally important energy and chemistry hub in the future. However, the Port’s industrial cluster does not currently seem to be convinced of the urgency of taking a prominent position in hydrogen developments. The cluster and the Port of Rotterdam Authority must show leadership if we are to successfully cope with the risks, uncertainties, and large investments that the hydrogen developments require.

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Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT)

I. Notermans (Igno), Lindt, M, van de, van der Have, A.C, van Raak, R, & Rotmans, J. (2020, June 18). Hydrogen for the Port of Rotterdam in an International Context. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/128010