Consortium to develop fuel cell battery hybrid power plant for light marine vessels

A new consortium, led by fuel cell integrator Hypermotive, is working to develop a fuel cell battery hybrid power plant for light marine vessels.

Formed of marine energy supplier Barrus and verification services company HPi-CEproof, as well as Hypermotive, the consortium hopes to make waves in the zero emission leisure marine sector.

Adam Huckstep, Managing Director at Hypermotive, said, “Hypermotive are really pleased to be collaborating with EP Barrus and HPi-CEproof on this project.”

“Our previous feasibility study work has shown a good technical fit between the proposed fuel cell battery hybrid powerplant and the marine duty cycle, and operationally the inland marine industry is already familiar with gaseous fuels.”

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