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As the world races to combat climate change and transition towards greener energy solutions, Belgium is setting its sights on an ambitious goal: becoming completely climate neutral by 2050. At the heart of this endeavor is the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, a current energy hub that plays a pivotal role in Belgium’s sustainable future.
Belgium is setting its sights on an ambitious goal: to become a climate-neutral energy hub by 2050. This vision takes center stage in the form of the Hydrogen Import Coalition, a consortium of industry leaders including DEME, Engie, Exmar, Fluxys, Port of Antwerp-Bruges, and WaterstofNet. Together, they are not just dreaming big but strategizing with meticulous detail.
Belgium is gearing up for a hydrogen revolution as it prepares to invest €10 million in developing infrastructure for hydrogen imports at its ports. The move, initiated by the Belgian Minister of Energy, is a significant step toward positioning the country as a key player in the burgeoning hydrogen economy.
Belgium’s Parliament recently passed the Hydrogen Act, a comprehensive framework that governs the transport of green hydrogen through pipelines.
The Belgian council of ministers has given the green light to an ambitious plan that could transform the nation’s energy landscape and strengthen its role as a major player in the European hydrogen market.
A significant bill is currently under discussion in the Belgian Federal Parliament, specifically in the House of Representatives. The bill aims to establish a regulatory framework for the transport of hydrogen through pipelines in Belgium.
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The Belgian Hydrogen Council (BHC) was established by WaterstofNet and Cluster Tweed to solidify and enhance Belgium’s position in Europe and internationally as a cutting-edge center of excellence for clean hydrogen.
In Zeebrugge, there was an energy summit between Germany and Belgium. This is a component of the partnership between Germany and Belgium to increase their energy independence.