Ports H2 supply and demand study

Ports and coastal areas will play a key role in hydrogen supply and demand

Source: Deloitte Belgium

Ports and coastal regions across the EU will play a key role in the supply of hydrogen in the future

The European Union needs to radically accelerate the deployment of hydrogen and its associated infrastructure in ports in order to meet 2030 targets, says the first part of a study by Deloitte Belgium.

The study, commissioned by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, says that up to 42% totalling 22 Mt or 730 TWh of total hydrogen demand across the EU could be located in port areas. 

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