Take a look at any of the significant developments in decarbonising transportation and specifically maritime markets in the past 12 months, and you’ll see that TECO 2030 is rarely far from the headlines.
The company is embedded in the transition to sustainability on our seas and waterways. In fact, its own tagline explains that TECO 2030 ‘accelerates the green transition in the maritime sector by delivering technology that helps ships to reduce their environmental and climate impacts.’
A core element in that quest is hydrogen fuel cell technology and propulsion, and the company first showed its support for the clean fuel back in September 2020, when it jointly announced an agreement with engineering firm AVL List GmbH to develop a hydrogen fuel cell system specifically designed for heavy-duty marine applications. Under the three-year agreement, the two companies set out to market the first proton-exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell system specifically designed for heavy-duty marine use, offering emission free propulsion by using hydrogen as fuel.
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