Havyard developing world's largest hydrogen fuel cell system

Illustration of the ship’s propulsion systems with integrated liquefied hydrogen (LH2) tank and fuel cells. Photo: Havyard

Ship designer Havyard plans to finalise the design of its ‘high capacity hydrogen energy system’ and submit it for preliminary approval from the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA) by the end of 2020. The project anticipates the design of the most powerful maritime fuel cell system, a 3.2MW proton exchange membrane ...

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