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Are you an international company with ambitions to advance the potential of hydrogen for a clean energy world? The Netherlands is the place to accelerate your hydrogen business to benefit people and the planet. Discover the opportunities in the Netherlands at the Hydrogen Americas Summit & Exhibition in Washington D.C.
Dr. Michel Heijdra, Vice Minister for Climate & Energy at the Netherlands’ Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy will be speaking at the Summit and is looking forward to meet companies, researchers and policy makers that are interested in joining the Dutch to accelerate the energy transition and create a more sustainable world.
Among the speakers at the summit is also U.S. based company Air Products, who just opened a new EMEA Project Delivery Office in the Netherlands.
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The Netherlands has strong ambitions to accelerate the energy transition and it is fast becoming the cleantech hub for renewable energy in Europe. Hydrogen is one field in which we are moving fast to develop new, sustainable energy solutions. Across the country, specialized industry clusters are innovating in the potential of hydrogen. See here how the dynamic Dutch ecosystem is fueling a green hydrogen future. And learn more about how the Netherlands is helping to shape a carbon-neutral world.
To make vital advances in hydrogen, the Netherlands welcomes international companies that share our goals for developing future energy solutions. Ørsted for example, will develop one of the world’s largest renewable hydrogen plants in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands’ hydrogen value chain map (see hydrogen_geographical-map_nl) shows the route of energy inputs for hydrogen production, distribution and transport through to the end uses, for both national and international destinations.
Connect with the Dutch delegation at the conference or schedule a meeting with Boudewijn Barth to explore opportunities in the Dutch green hydrogen ecosystem.