The Port of Rotterdam Authority strengthens its cooperation with DeltaPort Niederrheinhäfen enabling this group of inland ports in the northern Ruhr area to be a regional hub for importing green hydrogen from the port of Rotterdam. The two parties signed the declaration of intent earlier today. Other signatories included German companies Thyssengas, energy company Eon, cold store operator Nordfrost, and regional development company Kreis Wesel.Green hydrogen can play a valuable role in the energy transition, which in turn is indispensable for meeting the Paris Climate Agreement objectives. Like the Netherlands, Germany will have to import hydrogen if it serious about meeting the expected rising demand for green hydrogen.DeltaPort considers the partnership an excellent opportunity to combine activities and integrate these with the hydrogen strategy of North Rhine-Westphalia. The H2UB DeltaPort project is focused on the supply of hydrogen for regional users in the Wesel and Kleve districts.