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  • News item 20-10-2021
    Windpark Fryslân: world’s largest shallow water windfarm
    Blades, towers, hubs: all kinds of wind turbine parts have recently been transported via the port of Amsterdam to the construction site of the Netherlands' largest shallow water windfarm: Windpark Fryslân. In October, the last turbine left the TMA Logistics terminal in the Amerikahaven. The windfarm - of 89 turbines in total - is now completely finished.
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  • News item 06-10-2021
    Hydrogen Hub Amsterdam-North Sea Canal Area launched at World Hydrogen Congress
    In the presence of a large international group of frontrunners in the field of the hydrogen economy, alderman Victor Everhardt of Economic Affairs of the Municipality of Amsterdam launched the Hydrogen Hub at the World Hydrogen Congress.
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  • News item 28-07-2021
    Start of work Energiehaven
    This coming week, Rijkswaterstaat will start preparatory work to remove the contaminated dredged material from the Averijhaven depot.
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  • News item 24-06-2021
    This is what the new port strategy means for river cruising
    The new 2021-2025 strategy states - amongst other things - that Port of Amsterdam will focus on making tourism more sustainable and promote clean shipping. This is being done with initiatives including new shore power facilities, the Green Award requirement and optimal spread throughout the region. Monic van der Heyden, Commercial Manager Cruise, explains the policy for river cruising.
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  • News item 08-06-2021
    Plant to convert non-recyclable waste into methanol to be based in Port of Amsterdam
    GIDARA Energy has chosen the port of Amsterdam as the location for its biofuel plant Advanced Methanol Amsterdam (AMA). This plant will convert previously non-recyclable waste into methanol.
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  • News item 28-05-2021
    Eurotank Amsterdam invests in storage for biofuels
    Eurotank Amsterdam (ETA, part of VTTI) is investing in the storage of biofuels.
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  • News item 19-04-2021
    How to make offshore wind circular?
    Offshore wind is one of the fastest growing sectors, with Europe investing some 26 billion euros in wind at sea during 2020 alone. Wind is one of the main components for generating sustainable electricity as part of the energy transition.
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  • News item 19-04-2021
    Setting the course for the Netherlands Hydrogenland now
    With less than 100 days to go until the postponed Olympic Games in Tokyo, the leaders of Nederland Waterstofland are seizing the moment to draw attention to the strength of the Netherlands as a hydrogen country.
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  • Press release 16-03-2021
    H2Gate: towards transhipment of 1 million tons of green hydrogen in the Amsterdam port
    Port of Amsterdam and tank storage company Evos aim to import large volumes of green hydrogen into the Amsterdam port. Together with three specialised hydrogen companies, will investigate the feasibility of large scale imports, drawing up a blueprint and outlining a roadmap towards 2030 and beyond. The five parties expect hydrogen to play a central role in the transition to a sustainable energy system. This transition is necessary if we are to meet the European target of becoming climate-neutral by 2050.
    The Amsterdam port area is well positioned to play an important role in this transition.
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  • News item 01-03-2021
    First hydrogen filling station opened in Amsterdam port
    The first hydrogen filling station in the port of Amsterdam opened today. The filling station of OrangeGas is located at the Australiëhavenweg, along the A5 motorway and is open 24/7.
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