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RBCIP's International Green Hydrogen Mission in Germany: Closing with a visit to the Port of Hamburg

The International Green Hydrogen Mission came to its last day in Germany, with a special agenda to wrap up the trip. On the schedule was a visit to the port of Hamburg and a boat ride through the Elbe river to Airbus City.

At 9 a.m., the team headed to the Port of Hamburg, one of the largest ports in Europe, with a daily movement of ships, cargos, and containers. The visit was an opportunity to understand how green hydrogen can be applied in port operations, contributing to the reduction of pollutant gas emissions.

After the visit to the port, the team took a boat ride through the Elbe river to Airbus City. The Airbus City is an industrial complex where some of the most modern and sophisticated airplanes in the world are designed, produced, and tested. During the visit, some applications of green hydrogen in aviation were presented, a sector with great potential for the adoption of clean technologies.

To conclude the trip, the team enjoyed a farewell lunch and thanked all the hosts and partners who made this mission possible. The RBCIP team was also available for a visit to the Elbphilarmonie and Hafencity Universität, in case there were interested parties.

This international mission was a unique opportunity to learn about initiatives and projects related to green hydrogen in Germany, a country that has been one of the main protagonists in the transition to a more sustainable economy. The International Green Hydrogen Mission team returns to Brazil with many ideas and insights to apply to projects aimed at building a cleaner and more sustainable future.

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