CSOV chosen for LOHC-fuel cell propulsion

Østensjø Rederi has ordered two 'hydrogen-ready' newbuild CSOVs that are designed for future installation of hydrogen-based fuel cell technology. (Picture courtesy: Østensjø Rederi)

The European Climate Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency is providing EUR15 million for what will be the first-of-a-kind maritime onboard application of liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) and fuel cell technology at megawatt-scale.

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