Ports of Cork and Amsterdam in a MoU on green hydrogen from offshore wind
The Port of Cork and the Port of Amsterdam signed a memorandum of understanding with Ireland’s first green hydrogen company. Indeed, Ireland planned an additional 2GW of offshore wind specifically for green hydrogen production. The strategically located facilities at the port of Cork will enable it to become a renewable energy exporter hub. The Port of Amsterdam will receive the hydrogen and make it available to the large industrial clusters in Amsterdam, as well as serve as a gateway to the European hinterland. A supply chain for green hydrogen will then be established between Ireland and Europe via the Port of Amsterdam.