Moving forward to a future with low CO2 emissions, Rotterdam has the ambition to become the first hydrogen hub. Hydrogen will play an important role in freight transport and will help moving forward to achieving sustainable, zero-emission transport.
Air Liquide and Port of Rotterdam have jointly taken the initiative to run 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in the Netherlands, Belgium and West Germany by 2025. Several bigger partners are already onboard but what is this partnership doing to stimulate innovation and new technology? What role is there to play for young tech companies, such as start-ups and scale-ups? And how is the involvement of young people stimulated?
We’ll look into possibilities and opportunities for start- & scale-ups and corporate companies to collaborate and create valuable, sustainable partnerships. To make it more tangible we'll be using a business case related to the development of hydrogen in the port area of Rotterdam.
In cooperation with Port of Rotterdam and Air Liquide.
Buccaneer Delft, an accelerator in the maritime, offshore and energy sector. We create visibility for young tech companies (start-ups and scale-ups), offer them growth support and access to an exclusive network of industry, universities, government and other public organizations. We are a driver of the (energy) transition and we connect with the aim of creating sustainable impact and relationships. At our historical location in Delft we offer inspiration for innovation and self-development. We welcome you!
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