For the public
There is a lot going on in Eemshaven and the importance for the region is developing over time.
Please read some of the FAQ’s below.
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Around a third of all the energy that is produced in the Netherlands comes from Eemshaven. With an installed capacity of 8,000 MW Eemshaven is an energy port of note.
Major energy producers have invested billions of Euros in new power stations; an oil terminal was built; Google is constructing an immense data centre; and Eemshaven houses the largest wind park on land in the Netherlands. The port also plays a prominent role in the development of wind parks at sea during their construction and the subsequent maintenance of the wind turbines.
With a draught of 14 metres, Eemshaven is a deepwater port.
There is more than 5 kilometres of quay distributed over 4 basins. Eemshaven has multimodal access and with quays as well as a public roro facilities, ramps, a jetty and various logistics service providers it has all the facilities for transhipping goods.
Facts & figures
- Transhipment 6,806,759 tonnes (2019)
- Surface area: 1,319 hectares
- Available: 302 hectares
- Quay length: 5,120 metres
- Draught: 14 metres
- 1/3 of total Dutch energy production
Source: Groningen Seaports
For (potential) investors
As a investors you might be curious to the plans and possibilities. We outlined some questions below.
If you need more information, please contact Derk Battjes.