Energy Observer arrives in London

Energy Observer arrives in London

The world’s first energy self-sufficient seagoing vessel powered by hydrogen, Energy Observer, has arrived in London marking its 47th stopover.

After more than 18,000 nautical miles covered since its launch in June 2017, Energy Observer reached the British capital yesterday – its final stopover of its 2019 Northern Europe tour – and H2 View was there to see it sail under the iconic Tower Bridge.

The vessel will be docked under Tower Bridge until Sunday 13th October. It is accompanied by its travelling exhibition installed at St. Katherine Docks, which is freely accessible to the general public.

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