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Many ports are currently looking into the possibility of using hydrogen for shoreside equipment. This presents some challenges to work with disjointed and non-industry specific rules and regulations on the use, storage and handling of hydrogen, likely in compressed form, according to Alexandru Floristean, legal and project manager at Hydrogen Europe.

For details refer to article by Port Strategy.