Getting rid of fossil fuels is easier said than done. In the end, we all want our phones to be charged, our cars to be driving and our factories to keep running. With electricity alone, that will be tough, hydrogen offers a solution. To make the switch, some massive steps need to be taken. The first one is to get everyone to work together. That is why the greater area of Amsterdam has launched a Hydrogen Hub to unite all stakeholders and work towards the same goal: kickstart a revolution.
Hydrogen Hub Amsterdam launched
The hub involves a collaboration between The Port of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Vattenfall, Alliander, NZKG, Gasunie, Oram, Tata Steel and Nobian as well as the province of North Holland and the municipalities of Amsterdam and Zaanstad. The collaboration in the hub aims for the Amsterdam Area and North Sea Canal Area to achieve large-scale transition and import and export of hydrogen by 2050.