H2 Industries and naval architecture company, TECHNOLOG Services have revealed today (May 18), a partnership to design a ship that will collect plastic waste and convert it into hydrogen.
For every 600 kg of waste collected, approximately 100kg of hydrogen can be produced, then stored in liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) in 20-foot containers, which will then be transported to shore.
The ship will be designed to run on electric motors using the LOHC produced on board which will power H2 Industries’ 19-inch eRelease racks to produce electricity. Using multiple rack will see a capacity of 2MW.
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