Ricardo to develop hydrogen fuel cells to power passenger ships with sHYpS consortium

Ricardo has today (May 17) revealed it is working with the European consortium focused on designing and developing hydrogen fuel cell propulsion technologies for ships, sHYpS.

Made up of 13 partners across six European companies, the project plans to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen as a renewable fuel in the maritime industry, with Ricardo having received funding by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) under the UK Government’s Horizon Europe funding guarantee.

The global consultancy has said it is leading the specification, design, build and test of a 375kW fuel cell module and design of a 40-foot containerised multi-megawatt power plant made up of several fuel cell modules to be installed on board passenger ships.

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