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© TECO 2030
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© TECO 2030

Consortium seeks to build ‘world’s first’ hydrogen-powered high-speed vessel

TECO 2030 has revealed today (July 4) it is set to lead a Norwegian consortium to develop the ‘world’s first’ hydrogen-powered high-speed vessel.

The clean maritime company, TECO 2030 heads up a consortium with BLOM Maritime and Umoe Mandal to develop a zero emission catamaran with capacity for 200-300 passengers at speeds of over 25 knots.

In the project, it is hoped the Norwegian municipalities of Finnmark, Nordland, Trønldelag, and Vestland will be the proving ground for new technologies including the development, building, and demonstrating of ‘the world’s first’ hydrogen-powered high-speed vessel.

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