The Port of Rotterdam is huge in scale, everything it does is BIG. It covers an area of over 41 square miles. It employs close to 400,000 people and serves nearly 30,000 sea-going vessels each year. In 2017 the World Economic Forum named its infrastructure the best in the world. In 2019, the Port invested €338.3 million in, among other things, making the port more accessible, safer, more efficient and more sustainable.
Not content with that, it is also tackling climate change and energy transition. As a result, the Port of Rotterdam is on track to meet its the Paris Climate Agreement objectives.
This Friday we hear from Nico van Dooren, one of the Directors of the Port of Rotterdam. Be prepared to hear about practical, innovative and ambitious energy transition ideas and plans.
So, is it possible to operate a carbon neutral Port and create a carbon neutral chemical industry? That’s what we will find out in the latest Insight 60 webinar on the 3rd July.
Join us on Friday the 3rd July to hear just how the Port is doing in its efforts to achieve an energy transition - click here for more information on the series and how to sign up.