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© TECO 2030
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© TECO 2030

Hydrogen to power tanker ships with new retrofitting concept

A hydrogen-powered tanker ship concept has been launched today (June 13) by TECO 2030 and its partners, Ektank AB, Shell Shipping and Maritime, and DNV, furthering efforts to clean up the maritime sector.

Dubbed the Hy-Ekotank, it is set to facilitate a 100% reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions during voyages by retrofitting fuel cells with compressed or liquid hydrogen storage on existing Ektank ships.

The concept hopes to contribute to achieving the European Union’s ambitious climate targets, which aims to reduce GHG emissions by 55% by 2030, with the overarching goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2050.

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