HAV Hydrogen and NES successfully test hydrogen fuel cell as part of FreeCO2ast project

HAV Hydrogen and Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) have completed a successful laboratory test of a hydrogen fuel cell in combination with a maritime control system.

As part of the FreeCO2ast project, the test saw a hydrogen fuel cell benchmarked against a meticulously simulated load profile, developed using advanced simulation tools.

Taking place at the Clara Venture Labs, hosted by Sustainable Energy at its Energy House test facility at Stord, Norway, the successful test has developed a high-capacity hydrogen-based energy system capable of being retrofitted onboard a Havila Kystruten coastal cruise ship.

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