NatPower H and ZHA to revolutionise yachting industry with hydrogen refuelling infrastructure

NatPower H and Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) have collaborated to develop a hydrogen refuelling station and support recreational boating.

The hydrogen-powered infrastructure is expected to be installed by the summer of 2024 and be worth around €100m. The project has already been adhered to by 25 Italian marinas and ports, with the aim of deploying 100 fuel stations by 2030.

ZHA will design the stations and NatPower H will ensure a total of 100 facilities are installed over the next six years, along with exporting the model to areas beyond the Mediterranean Sea.

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