Hydrogen

Fuel cell to boost fishing training

Fuel cell to boost fishing training

A fishing and training vessel delivered to Måløy Upper Secondary School, Norway is to be upgraded with a complete hydrogen fuel cell system, to grant its occupants extended, albeit emissions-free, time on the water. Launched by Denmark’s Hvide Sande Shipyard in May this year, and delivered to its owner, Vestland County Municipality, in August, the […]

AiP for hydrogen-fuelled Japanese multi-purpose vessel

AiP for hydrogen-fuelled Japanese multi-purpose vessel

A Japanese consortium has been jointly awarded what is thought to be the first Approval in Principle (AiP) for a ship equipped with a large low-speed two-stroke hydrogen-fueled engine as the main propulsion engine. Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), MOL Drybulk, Onomichi Dockyard, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG) received the AiP from ClassNK for […]

Regulatory barriers threaten UK hydrogen marine fuel prospects, says report

Regulatory barriers threaten UK hydrogen marine fuel prospects, says report

A report published by the independent expert committee the Regulatory Horizons Council (RHC) has concluded that a lack of alignment between stakeholders and regulators, including a lack of regulatory guidance for innovators, threaten the UK’s ability to play a leading role in ship and technology-related design and manufacture for hydrogen-propelled vessels. The RHC report on […]

Novel methanol-to-hydrogen towboat launched

Novel methanol-to-hydrogen towboat launched

Stevie Knight reports on a new towboat developed for American Commercial Barge Line’s Houston-New Orleans route, which uses a water and methanol feedstock mix to produce ‘hydrogen on demand’ onboard The launch of a methanol-to-hydrogen towboat developed by e1 Marine and Elliott Bay Design Group promises to turn a few heads – and assumptions. Unlike […]

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