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The North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Community


The North Sea has some of the busiest shipping lanes and largest ports and harbours in the world, making it a global hub for maritime transport and

European Commission: January 2020

Mission Statement

The North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Community (NS HyMaP) is a
membership based association that promotes the increased use of hydrogen in
the ports and maritime sector as an effective and efficient way of achieving
climate neutrality in one of the EU's most important maritime regions."

Aims and Objectives

NS HyMap will provide a platform for the North Sea ports, maritime ad hydrogen sectors to:

* Stimulate debate and joint working to promote hydrogen production, storage and applications in the ports and maritime sectors

* Develop a research and innovation agenda that will promote an effective and efficient hydrogen value chain

* Provide an Information Exchange on a broad range of issues of mutual interest to these industries including research, regulations and scaling up of hydrogen production, storage and applications.

* Represent Members' interests in the development of policies at EU, IMO and North Sea State levels

* Identify project opportunities and advise on project applications, partner search and their implementation.

Current Members

Aberdeen Harbour
CMB Revolve Tech
European Policy Solutions
Malin Group
Port of Cromarty Firth
Port of London Authority
Shetlands Islands Council
University Maritime Advisory Services

Center for Transportation and the Environment

Dutch Enterprise Agency (RVO)
Engie Groningen
Future Proof Shipping
H2 Circular Fuel
New Energy Coalition
Port of den Helder
Province of Fryslan

Lloyd’s Register

CMB Revolve Tech
Port of Oostende
Port of Zeebrugge


Join NS HyMaP

In the next thirty years Climate Change will be a major political issue and the ports and maritime sector will have to meet demanding emission reduction targets. The North Sea Hydrogen Maritime and Ports Community bring together the hydrogen, ports and maritime industries to address this challenge

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