Mono fuel hydrogen engine project wins UK funding

HydroMAR-E, a collaboration between Dolphin N2, Brighton University and Hiflux, is developing a mono-fuel hydrogen version of the recuperated split cycle engine, which can be used in a range of heavy-duty applications for land and sea.

Source: Dolphin N2

The HydroMAR-E project has been selected to develop is mono fuel hydrogen engine as part of the UK Department for Transport’s Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition Round 2.

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