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Hydrogen viability at Portsmouth International Port to be explored

Hydrogen viability at Portsmouth International Port to be explored

With hydrogen’s potential within the maritime industry, Cox Powertrain has joined a new UK-based consortium to convert a diesel engine to operate as a dual fuel hydrogen variant and implement hydrogen into Portsmouth International Port (PIP).

Dual fuel hydrogen engines hold particular promise within the shipping community with the sector recognised as a key area to decarbonise in order to reach net zero targets.

With weight and energy density key aspects of the shipping community and because of this, many within the maritime sector perceive hydrogen as a key zero-emission fuel to explore with its unique properties leveraging these demands.

Cox Powertrain recognises its potential and has said that the conversion and demonstration will form part of the wider Shipping, Hydrogen and Port Ecosystems UK (SHAPE UK) project that is targeting an achievable modular green hydrogen generation system within (PIP).

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