European consortium launches HyEkoTank hydrogen-powered maritime project

A consortium of eight companies has launched the HyEkoTank project to merge knowledge and experience of hydrogen, fuel cells and the maritime industry.  

The consortium includes Shell International Exploration and Production Bv, TECO 2030, Fartygskonstruktioner, Umoe Advanced Composites, TECO Solutions, BLOM Maritime and Tarbit Shipping, representing the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.  

HyEkoTank is funded by the EU, under the Horizon Europe programme, and will receive a €5m ($5.4m) grant.  

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