Partnerships to Advance Green Hydrogen and e-SAF Initiatives

In line with our dedication to leading sustainable energy initiatives, H2A is delighted to share news of three important agreements involving our partners, Port of Amsterdam and Evos. These agreements are pivotal in advancing the infrastructure for green hydrogen and sustainable aviation fuel (e-SAF) throughout Europe.

The first agreement involves a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Evos and CEPSA, a leading Spanish energy company. This MoU focuses on exploring the potential for hydrogen corridors from southern Spain, specifically from the port city of Algeciras, to the Netherlands. The collaboration will particularly examine the feasibility of using Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) to facilitate hydrogen transport to Amsterdam, marking a significant step in creating a robust hydrogen supply chain across Europe.

The second strategic initiative is a Joint Study Agreement involving EnBW, Petronor, GasLog, and the Port of Amsterdam. This agreement is dedicated to conducting a detailed study on the development of a liquid hydrogen chain from Bilbao to Amsterdam. The study will cover an in-depth analysis of the technical requirements and cost considerations for each link in the chain, setting the groundwork for a sustainable hydrogen transport infrastructure.

The third MoU brings together Petronor and Repsol, KLM, and Port of Amsterdam to explore the possibilities for producing e-SAF in Bilbao. This initiative aims to assess the logistics of transporting this sustainable fuel to Amsterdam and its subsequent uptake by KLM. This agreement also involves evaluating critical factors such as cost efficiency, timelines, and distribution strategies.

These agreements represent pivotal advancements in our efforts to integrate and optimize green hydrogen and sustainable aviation fuel supply chains across Europe. They underline the importance of international collaboration and strategic partnerships in achieving our sustainability goals and transforming the energy landscape. We are thrilled about the potential these collaborations hold for a greener future and remain committed to leading the charge towards an energy-secure world.