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Development of green hydrogen corridor Bilbao and Amsterdam enters new phase

Together with our international partners, we signed two new agreements that herald a next phase in the development of a corridor between the Spanish port of Bilbao and the port of Amsterdam for green hydrogen and hydrogen derivatives.

Greenergy increases biodiesel production capacity and feedstock capability

Last January Greenergy announced completion of its upgrade to the biofuels plant in the port of Amsterdam. Due to this upgrade, production capability has increased by as much as 25 percent, and the plant can now process more diverse feedstocks to meet the rising demand for waste-based biofuels.
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The new Regional Port Byelaws will come into effect per January 1st

As of the 1st of January, the new Regional Port Byelaws will come into effect in the entire North Sea Canal area. The ordinance has been established by the municipalities of Amsterdam, Beverwijk, Velsen, and Zaanstad.
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Port of Amsterdam bolsters European hydrogen position with new agreements

Together with a wide variety of partners, Port of Amsterdam announced three agreements during the H2 Connecting Event in Duisburg, which bolster the port’s position as a key supplier of renewable hydrogen and its derivatives to the German market. The aim of the H2 Connecting Event, presided over by His Majesty the King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander, is to strengthen the collaboration between the Netherlands and Germany in the field of renewable hydrogen, as well as to lay the foundation for intra-European corridors, with Spanish producers potentially supplying German off-takers via the Netherlands. The three agreements signed by Port of Amsterdam pursue these same goals, and seek to leverage the existing partnerships Port of Amsterdam has with prominent prospective producers.

“We want and must contribute to making the chain more sustainable”

As the Amsterdam port, we are a link in international trade chains. Like the cocoa chain, an important chain for Port of Amsterdam. Mark Hoolwerf, Deputy Director at Port of Amsterdam International, shares knowledge with ports that are more at the beginning of that chain. In Ivory Coast, for example.
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Bilbao and Amsterdam Sign Agreement to develop new European Renewable Hydrogen Corridor

Yesterday, Port of Bilbao and Port of Amsterdam, together with the Energy Agency of the Basque Government (EVE), Petronor, SkyNRG, Evos Amsterdam and Zenith Energy Terminals, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to join forces for the development of a renewable hydrogen corridor between Bilbao and Amsterdam. The corridor will focus on the maritime route between the two ports. His Majesty the King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander, the Dutch Minister Rob Jetten and the Spanish Minister Teresa Ribera attended the signing ceremony as official witnesses.