Cummins fuel cells to power North America’s first commercial hydrogen-powered ferry

Cummins technology is set to power a first-of-its-kind hydrogen ferry in California, US.

Designed by Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine and owned by SWITCH Maritime, the 70-foot high speed ferry, named Sea Change, will transport commuters around the bay of San Francisco.

Expected to begin sea trials later this year, Sea Change marks another crucial milestone in the commercialisation of zero emissions marine vessel power.

Cummins’ fuel cells are being integrated into North America’s first commercial hydrogen-powered zero emissions ferry (ZEF), which will also demonstrate and test the potential of commercialisation of fuel-cell powered marine vessels to the global maritime industry.

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