Battery Hybrids & Full Electric Vessels – Page 7

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    Hydrogen supply and storage impeding fuel cell uptake


    Progress is being made to ensure that marine fuel cells are one of the spread of technologies that will ensure that the maritime industry meets its decarbonisation target.

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    New Carbon Capture Technology Uses MCFC Tech To Generate Energy


    Italy-based Ecospray has developed an onboard carbon capture system based on molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) technology and is aiming for mass production by 2025.

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    China launches first hydrogen powered vessel


    China’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered vessel “Three Gorges Hydrogen Boat No. 1” was launched in Guangdong on 17 March.

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    Chart expands maritime carbon capture and hydrogen focus


    TECO and Chart Industries have signed an agreement to extend the scope of their previous carbon capture and storage technology collaboration to include liquid cryogenic fuel storage and supply systems, as well as its recently acquired hydrogen solutions. The two companies originally signed an agreement to work together on carbon capture technology in 2021.

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    Torghattan Nord’s H2 Ferries Mark Shipping’s New Dawn


    As a decision on a shipbuilder for the new H2 ferries for Torghatten Nord nears, The Norwegian Ship Design Company claims their ground-breaking design heralds the dawn of shipping’s zero-emissions era.

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    Viking LH2 fuel cell project advances


    Dr. Pierluigi Busetto of Trieste-based naval architects Navalprogetti s.r.l. discusses the progress of a retrofittable liquid hydrogen (LH2) container-based system in an interview with The Motorship

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    Indian Yard Turning Out 12 Hybrid Coasters


    A new generation of hybrid/diesel-electric cargo vessels ordered by Nordic interests is expected to make its debut in the short-sea trades during the third quarter of 2023.

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    World’s first self-driving passenger ferry


    The world’s first self-driving fully-electric commercial passenger ferry is making its debut in Stockholm

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    Cummins builds new marine partner network


    In its latest marine partnership, Cummins has teamed up with Danfoss Power Solutions’ Editron division to bring hybrid marine solutions to the global maritime market.

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    Rolls-Royce hydrogen test bench expansion


    Roll-Royce Power Systems has been awarded a state grant to support the development of green hydrogen capacity produced from electrolysers at its headquarters in Friedrichshafen, as well as the development of test benches designed for sustainable hydrogen solutions.

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    Electric Ferry To Transform Island Run


    Innovative Spanish diesel/battery-electric ro-pax ferry Cap de Barbaria is being readied for service entry during the coming summer season in the western Mediterranean.

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    Standardising hybrid propulsion systems


    A new memorandum of understanding aims to develop a new standard for hybrid propulsion systems

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    Japanese yard inks MoU for UK zero carbon wind service design


    Zephyrus Marine has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Mirai Ships, a Japan-based shipyard located in Miyagi prefecture, to build the Zephyrus Zero Carbon Offshore wind service vessel.

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    First LH2-fuelled hydrogen fuel cell ferry enters service


    The entry into service of a ferry powered by PEM fuel cells fuelled by liquid hydrogen on 31 March marked a significant advance for what remains a largely untried technology. Norled’s Hydra began operations on a busy route in Rogaland in western Norway after receiving approval from the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA).

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    First hybrid electric bunker tanker in Singapore delivery


    The delivery of the first of a pair of hybrid-electric bunker tankers that will operate in the port of Singapore has been been confirmed by Vitol’s Singaporean bunker operations company, V-Bunkers. The vessel, Marine Charge, will be the first electric-hybrid bunker tanker in Singapore when it enters service.

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    Battery power to breakthrough in ice


    An ABB study based on three years of operational ship data mounts the compelling case for integrating battery power onboard modern icebreakers, Samuli Hänninen, who specializes in icebreaking vessels at ABB Marine & Ports, tells The Motorship.

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    Samskip places 2+2 order with Cochin for H2-fuel cell feeders


    European container operator Samskip has awarded Cochin Shipyard a contract for 2 x container feeder vessels, with an option for a further 2 vessels. The container feeders will be equipped with a diesel-electric propulsion system, but are intended to be primarily powered by H2-fuelled fuel cells.

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    Brunvoll receives DP2 control system retrofit order


    Brunvoll has announced that it has been awarded the contract for delivery of a BruCon DP2 control system as part of the replacement of the existing dynamic positioning system onboard an offshore supply vessel.

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    R&D Commitment By Italian Engine Builder


    High-speed engine specialist Isotta Fraschini Motori has formally opened a new Innovation and Development Centre (CIS) at its factory in the south of Italy.

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    AiP for containerised marine H2 system


    DNV has awarded an approval in principle (AiP) to Norwegian technology developer HAV Hydrogen for a Zero Emission Pod system.