Port of Narvik: TECO 2030 CEO discusses hydrogen-powered vessel plans
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Port of Narvik: TECO 2030 CEO discusses hydrogen-powered vessel plans

Last week H2 View reported news of a new hydrogen-powered high-speed vessel which is under development for the Port of Narvik, Norway – and here, in this exclusive interview, we find out more about the technology powering the ship with Tore Enger, CEO of TECO 2030.

Providing its state-of-the-art technology to power the ship, the Norweign clean fuels company is set to play a vital role for the commercialisation of the vessel which is planned for completion in 2030.

Projected to keep a pace of 23 knots, the ship will require optimal power from the fuel cells. Speaking to H2 View about the technology, Enger said, “The fuel cell technology that we will provide to the project will be state-of-the-art, and the newest available technology on the market.

“These fuel cells are built from the ground up specifically for marine applications and heavy-duty industry. This design enables high power density in a compact and light weight format with dynamic response needed to operate such a vessel.”

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