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TECO 2030, Blom Maritime, and Samskip Collaborate on Retrofitting LNG Ship with Hydrogen Systems
Key Ideas
  • TECO 2030, Blom Maritime, and Samskip will work together to retrofit an LNG-fueled ship with fuel cell and hydrogen systems.
  • The project, supported by an ENOVA grant, aims to enable long-term hydrogen fuel supply contracts for the vessel.
  • Samskip's regional director expressed enthusiasm for the initiative, highlighting the company's commitment to environmentally friendly solutions.
  • The collaboration signifies a step towards achieving full zero-emission propulsion and aligning with net-zero targets for 2040.
TECO 2030, Blom Maritime, and Samskip have announced their collaboration to retrofit an LNG-fueled ship with fuel cell and hydrogen systems. The project, which will receive an ENOVA grant, focuses on enabling long-term hydrogen fuel supply contracts for the vessel. Samskip's regional director praised the initiative, emphasizing the company's existing environmentally friendly practices and its commitment to further reducing emissions. The partnership with fuel cell provider TECO 2030 aims to advance towards achieving full zero-emission propulsion, paving the way for future H2-propelled new-builds. This development marks a significant step in Samskip's journey towards reaching net-zero targets by 2040, demonstrating a strong commitment to sustainability in the maritime sector.
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