GES backs initiative to reduce CO2
International energy storage specialists Global Energy Storage (GES) pledge their support for the Port of Rotterdam’s offer to boost the hydrogen economy in Europe and combat climate change.
The Port of Rotterdam can supply north-western Europe with 4.6 million tonnes of hydrogen by 2030. If this total is consumed, there will be a 46 million tonne reduction in CO2 levels, providing a tangible contribution to international efforts in the road to net zero carbon emissions.
GES is in favour of the Port of Rotterdam’s offer and stands ready to support them in their goal of increasing Europe’s energy independence.
GES is working with partners across Europe, Asia and South America to develop the infrastructure required for our clients to move towards ever more sustainable, low-carbon energy sources, including but not limited to green ammonia as a hydrogen carrier.
This hydrogen will support society’s efforts for increased sustainability, such as being used as fuel and feedstock for both the transport and industrial sectors. We look forward to collaborating with new and existing partners across the supply chain to drive the energy transition and realise this ambition.
Find out more about the Port of Rotterdam’s plans here.