RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The state of Ceará is designing a hub with the capacity to produce at least 500,000 tons of green hydrogen per year, equivalent to around 2.5 million tons of green ammonia, and export to Europe on a shipping route from the Port of Pecém to its trading partner, the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The state government sees green hydrogen (H2V) as the fuel for the future. To be considered ‘green,’ the product must be obtained through renewable sources, such as wind or solar power. It cannot generate greenhouse gases, such as carbon . . .