Technical site visit to the Port of Antwerp

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Technical site visit to the Port of Antwerp

Join us on an exciting tour that will take you around several Port of Antwerp sites, where you will discover multiple innovations and initiatives that help make the port greener

Just some of the sites we will visit during the tour:

  • CMB (Compagnie Maritime Belge), the first multimodal hydrogen refuelling station
  • Steam network ECLUSE
  • Smart wind turbines
  • Solar panel parks S
  • Shore power stations
  • Energy neutral lock powered by a hydro-turbine
  • Methanol production at Hooge Maey waste disposal park

Visit itinerary

11:30

Pick-up in Brussels

12:30

Arrival at the Port House

Welcome at the aerial map + introductory presentation
Aerial Map – Event Hall – Port House

13:30

Port tour

A four-hour port tour by coach with site visits

17:30

End of port tour and departure to Brussels

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