Some of the safety studies and pilot activities will be carried out within Keppel O&M’s Floating Living Lab, the first-of-its-kind floating testbed in Singapore which will be a platform for the industry to testbed new energy technologies.
Europe’s first maritime value chain project for liquid hydrogen, Aurora, has been short-listed by ENOVA as one of the Norwegian candidate projects for Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI).
This pilot, developed by the CNH2, will operate for two years in the port of Valencia, starting on the second half of 2021, supplying hydrogen to two units that will use a fuel cell.
Their goal is to have a plant operational in the port area of Ostend by 2025 that produces green hydrogen.
Every year, BIMCO considers what is in store for the shipping industry and for BIMCO in the coming years, while also reflecting on the year gone by.
Toshiba ESS announced that the company has delivered a mobile 30kW hydrogen fuel cell system, which volume per unit power output is reduced to 1/3 compared to the stationary fuel cell systems, to a fuel cell ship.
With the world’s fifth-largest energy consumption but limited natural resources, Japan seeks to ensure energy security by becoming the world’s first ‘hydrogen society’.
This makes it possible to produce environmentally friendly “green” hydrogen from offshore wind energy at an industrial scale using electrolysis.