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British sailor reveals four-year programme of ocean racing powered by hydrogen

British sailor reveals four-year programme of ocean racing powered by hydrogen

British sailor Phil Sharp has revealed a four-year programme of ocean racing powered by hydrogen, as he aims to sail around the world demonstrating the potential of renewable energies.

The objective of the Oceanslab – Race to Zero Emissions campaign is to demonstrate and accelerate the uptake of high-performance clean innovations, through the world’s toughest ocean races, thanks to the development of a new clean hydrogen power module (HPM).

The HPM is a marinised plug-and-play solution to achieving zero emissions power for vessels.

It uses a high-efficiency fuel cell to create electricity through the reaction of hydrogen sourced from renewable energy.

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