AIDA Cruises to test powering ships by hydrogen

AIDA Cruises to test powering ships by hydrogen

German cruise line AIDA Cruises is set to become the cruise industry’s first brand to trial hydrogen fuel cells on a large cruise ship.

The Carnival Corporation-owned brand has partnered with leaders from the maritime and engineering sectors to pilot the world’s first fuel cell system designed to power large passenger vessels and plans to test this technology as early as 2021.

The research project will develop fuel cells that are powered by hydrogen derived from methanol, with the potential to supply power to cruise ships at even lower emissions levels than LNG.

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