World Energy GH2 CEO says a recent agreement with a German port will position them in the Global market

    Photo (L-R): Dr. Stefan Kaufman, Special Advisor to World Energy GH2; Uwe Oppitz, Managing Director, Rhenus Ports GmbH & Co.KG, and representative for the ENERGY HUB Port of Wilhelmshaven; Sean Leet, Managing Director

    Sean Leet says the port will be one of the first German  ports to receive green hydrogen from Canada.

    The CEO of World Energy GH2 believes a recent agreement with a port in Germany will help unlock offtake agreements and position the company in the green hydrogen global market. Sean Leet is referring to a special signing ceremony which was held in Wilhelmshaven, Germany last month. Leet says the port will be one of the first German  ports to receive green hydrogen from Canada. Meanwhile, World Energy GH2 has submitted their amended Environmental Impact Statement to government. This amendment is for the company’s planned wind and hydrogen generation project on the southwest coast, called Project Nujio’qonik. Leet says  “Project Nujio’qonik is on track to be among the world’s first providers of commercial-scale green hydrogen.” The amendment was submitted on January 30th, the deadline for public comment is March 20th. 

     

     

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