Portugal and the Netherlands want hydrogen link plans for 2030

in News · 24-09-2020 09:03:00 · 1 Comments

Portugal and the Netherlands signed a memorandum of understanding yesterday reinforcing their intention to link the hydrogen plans of the two countries for 2030, a document that foresees an export-import strategy.

The memorandum provides for the development of an export-import value chain, with a view to guaranteeing the production and transport of green hydrogen through the ports of Sines and Rotterdam.


Comments:

IF IT WILL REDUCE THE COST OF EXISTING ONES HERE, THEN GOOD. THINGS ARE UNBELIEVABLY COSTLY IN PORTUGAL. A COUNTRY WHERE MINIMUM WAGE IS VERY POOR. LOOK AT ELECTRICITY AND EVEN WATER, ARE ALL GOING UP EVERYDAY DESPITE THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. IT WORRIES ME AS AN IMMIGRANT BUT SOONER, IT WILL WORRY ALL. THE ACTIVITIES OF EDP(THE ELECTRICITY PROVIDER) SHOULD BE LOOKED INTO SINCE THEIR BILLS ARE UNCONTROLLABLE.

By PRINCE TOCHUKWU AWODIKE from Lisbon on 25-09-2020 09:02
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