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New vessel in development capable of transporting 430-tonnes of hydrogen
© Global Energy Ventures

New vessel in development capable of transporting 430-tonnes of hydrogen

Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has commenced the development of its pilot-scale C-H2 ship with a cargo capacity of 430 tonnes of hydrogen today (June 7).

The hydrogen ship will align with the scale, timeline and downstream market opportunities for green hydrogen projects currently under consideration in both Asia Pacific and Europe.

As well as this, the ship will also reduce the overall development, capital and construction schedule and enable GEV to achieve its target of an operating fleet of C-H2 vessels by the mid-2020’s.

The development of the 430-tonne capacity C-H2 ship will leverage with successful design and approvals received for the 2,000-tonne capacity ship back in March 2021.

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