Hydrogen – Page 6

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    New Swedish passenger catamaran will run on hydrogen


    Sweden’s Gotlandsbolaget and the Australian shipyard Austal have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a design agreement of Gotlandsbolaget’s new passenger catamaran, Gotland Horizon X, which will be able to run on hydrogen.

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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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    Norwegian project to develop ammonia reforming technology for NH3 carriers


    Wärtsilä is participating in a Norwegian state-funded project to develop ammonia reforming technology for installation on board ammonia (NH3) carriers. The objective of the project is to enable ammonia to be converted back to hydrogen at the receiving destination, allowing ammonia carriers to convert (or catalytically reform) cargoes into hydrogen, acting as a floating receiving terminal capable of being relocated as needed, requiring minimal use of coastal land and a solution resulting in lower overall cost, improved safety and competitive hydrogen prices.

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    High-speed H2-fuelled Baltic catamaran project advances


    Australian shipyard Austal and Swedish ferry operator Gotlandsbolaget have signed a letter of intent to develop and build a high-speed catamaran capable of operating on hydrogen or other green alternative fuels. The ferry is expected to operate on routes connecting the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea with the Swedish mainland.

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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).

  • Researchers have identified risks associated with hydrogen releases, noting that it may have knock-on impacts on atmospheric methane interactions.

    Hydrogen leakage could add to atmospheric methane


    COP 27 saw the signing of a Joint Statement on Green Hydrogen and Green Shipping calling for the rapid adoption of green hydrogen-based fuels, but there may be a downside to consider.

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    J-ENG To Develop Alt Fuel DF Engines With Licensee


    Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG) has announced plans to develop and commercialise two-stroke dual-fuel engines capable of operating on ammonia (NH3) and hydrogen (H2) with Akasaka Diesels Ltd., a long-term licensee.

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    Hydrogen testing on unmodified Wärtsilä 50SG engine confirms performance


    Hydrogen-natural gas blends of up to 25% hydrogen by volume have been confirmed to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 10% without significantly impacting engine performance.

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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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    Californian ports look to hydrogen


    Californian ports are applying for state funding to test out the benefits of hydrogen for trucking and terminal equipment.

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    UK’s first offshore H2 production site


    A new offshore production site could see the UK becoming a global leader in the hydrogen sector

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    Oman advances green hydrogen projects


    Oman’s hydrogen promotion agency, Hydrogen Oman (Hydrom), signed agreements with project developers relating to six green hydrogen production projects located around its emerging hydrogen export hubs at the port of Duqm and the port of Salalah on 15 March.

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    Pre-combustion onboard CCS solution receives AiP


    Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded an approval in principle to a Norwegian hydrogen technology developer, Rotoboost, for its pre-combustion Carbon Capture System (CCS) Rotobox.

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    Freeport East sets out green hydrogen vision


    The UK’s Freeport East has set out a future scenario for green hydrogen demand that could underpin its evolution into a green hydrogen hub.

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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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    Rotterdam builds resilience using alternative fuels


    Major investments in hydrogen and biofuels in 2022 are helping to shape the Port of Rotterdam’s resilience into the future.

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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. 

  • 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)

    CSOV chosen for LOHC-fuel cell propulsion


    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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    Rotterdam green hydrogen import deal


    Cepsa is to supply green ammonia to ACE Terminal at the Port of Rotterdam for conversion into green hydrogen

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    Scaling up means much more than technological validation


    Pilot projects are only part of the challenge of scaling up cleantech developments, Haavard Tvedte, head of public affairs of Maritime CleanTech tells The Motorship in an exclusive interview.