Hamburg and Newfoundland team up on hydrogen development

Newfoundland and Labrador, a province of Canada, is interested in collaborating with Hamburg on hydrogen technology.

A similar declaration of intent was signed in Hamburg City Hall by Newfoundland’s Minister of Culture Steve Crocker and Foreign State Councilor Almut Möller. There will be an open exchange of information and a concerted effort to combine resources and talents in order to create a hydrogen economy that can support itself on a global scale.

Hamburg’s goal is to become Germany’s hydrogen transportation and distribution center. Newfoundland is a great fit because of the province’s abundant renewable energy resources and the high demand for green hydrogen and its derivatives in international markets.