European funding for LOHC fuel cell retrofit project

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Source: Ship-aH2oy

A project to equip an offshore wind vessel with a solid oxide fuel cell power and heat generation system fuelled by hydrogen converted from toluene-based LOHC has been awarded EUR15 million from the European Climate Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA).

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