Hydrogen-powered ferry to become a near-term reality

More plans have today (8th March) been confirmed for one of the world’s first operational hydrogen-powered ferries, developed by Norled.

As part of a new development, the Norwegian ferry operator has signed a contract with industrial gas giant Linde for the supply of liquid hydrogen and related infrastructure.

Playing a major role in the operation of the hydrogen-powered development, Linde have said they will provide a full-service solution to the MF Hydra ferry.

Under the agreement, the company will supply liquid hydrogen from its new 24MW electrolyser at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany, which will use PEM technology.

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