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Europe’s second largest river is set to be decarbonised through TECO 2030 hydrogen fuel cells
© TECO 2030
Europe’s second largest river is set to be decarbonised through TECO 2030 hydrogen fuel cells
© TECO 2030

Europe’s second largest river is set to be decarbonised through TECO 2030 hydrogen fuel cells

Europe’s second longest river, the Danube, is set to be decarbonised through a new supply agreement which could see TECO 2030 hydrogen fuel cells supplied to Chemgas Shipping.

Unveiled today (Oct 14), the agreement could see fuel cell modules, with a capacity of up to 200MW, delivered to Dutch-based Chemgas Shipping to support development of hydrogen-powered inland barges along the Danube River.

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