Poland’s Port of Gdynia looks into hydrogen use

The Port of Gdynia Authority, terminals, and Gdynia are considering the use of hydrogen and the creation of a hydrogen hub.

The Polish port hosted a conference devoted to fuel and energy transformation. The participant included representatives of terminals operating at the port and Gdynia City Hall. It also included suppliers of low- and zero-emission fuels, suppliers of alternative fuels production technology, etc.

The Port of Gdynia Authority said it has intensified work on the development of hydrogen technologies. Moreover, it initiated H2 hub creation. Specifically, its goal is to be in accordance with the EU climate goals, thus working for the energy transformation in Poland.

According to its president Jacek Sadaj, the port authority wants to implement the idea of a “green port”. The city is also planning to introduce hydrogen city transport and a water tram, reported the deputy mayor Katarzyna Gruszecka-Spychała.

Jan Jarmakowski, president of Hutchison Port Gdynia (GCT), announced that the terminal plans to replace or modernise diesel-powered cranes.


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