Green hydrogen: Morocco and the Netherlands sign an action plan

Green hydrogen: Morocco and the Netherlands sign an action plan
Green hydrogen: Morocco and the Netherlands sign an action plan

Leila Benali, Minister of Energy Transition and Rob Jetten, Minister of Climate and Energy Policy, Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands, have just signed their signatures on an action plan dedicated to renewable energies and green hydrogen for the period 2024-2025. This plan establishes a roadmap for bilateral cooperation between the two countries, indicates a press release from the Department of Energy Transition.

Said plan, continues the same Source, focuses on strengthening partnership at government level, sharing knowledge on strategies and legislation, as well as promoting collaboration between companies in order to develop common projects promoting energy transition and the international hydrogen supply chain. This structured and collaborative approach, indicates the ministry, arises from the implementation of the memorandum of understanding signed between the participants on June 21, 2023.

The signing of this action plan took place in the wake of the 2024 World Hydrogen Summit organized this week in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. An international event, which was organized by the Sustainable Energy Council in partnership with the Dutch government and other local operators, and which brought together global energy leaders and government representatives to promote green hydrogen and accelerate the global energy transition.

During this Summit, the minister reviewed the various Moroccan initiatives and projects in the field of energy transition to develop the hydrogen sector, likely to have encouraged Morocco to join the International Hydrogen Trade Forum. hydrogen, including the development of green hydrogen projects and their derivatives by 2030, as well as providing investors with a clear vision on the future of the Kingdom’s infrastructure projects, future gas pipelines and hydrogen pipelines, the strategic ports that Morocco aspires to achieve, as well as the means to expand and connect them and decarbonize various vital sectors, calling for spreading the culture of joint international cooperation.

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