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Hydrogen powering the world’s first emissions free high-speed catamaran
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Hydrogen powering the world’s first emissions free high-speed catamaran

The world’s first emissions free high-speed catamaran is set to be powered partially by a hydrogen-based fuel cell system supplied by Echandia, the company has said.

Working in conjunction with an integrated battery, the hydrogen fuel cell system will power the Beluga24 model, designed by Teknicraft and Sculli, with the vessel set to support commercial traffic in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Being constructed by Green City Ferries in Stockholm, the goal is to switch to emission free and fast waterborne transportation in many of the world’s cities to support decarbonisation efforts and reduce road traffic.

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