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Ports of Amsterdam and Cork, and EIH2 to create Ireland-Europe hydrogen supply chain

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Irish green energy company EIH2 has signed a deal with the ports of Cork and Amsterdam to allow Ireland to maximise its use of offshore wind as a source of energy by providing an alternative route to market.

The partnership will provide Ireland with the necessary route to market to become a net exporter of energy over time.

The project aims to increase collaboration on energy transition between Ireland and the Netherlands.

EIH2 claims to be Ireland’s first green hydrogen company, and in pursuing this collaboration, hopes to offer a route to market for Irish green hydrogen, in both the port itself and the rest of Europe.

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