Plans for a compressed green hydrogen ship that will transport the zero-carbon fuel of the future have taken a step forward.
A first-of-its-kind for the marine transport of large-scale volumes of hydrogen, C-H2 Ship will have a storage capacity of up to 2,000 tonnes of compressed green hydrogen.
Ballard Power Systems has signed a deal with Australia’s Global Energy Ventures (GEV), behind the plans, for the development of the ship.
“Working with Global Energy Ventures will allow us to advance MW-scale hydrogen fuel cell and storage integration on board a large marine vessel,” Rob Campbell, Ballard’s Chief Commercial Officer said.
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