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Sea of change – The evolution in hydrogen storage technology  to make marine green
© Luxfer
Sea of change – The evolution in hydrogen storage technology  to make marine green
© Luxfer

Sea of change – The evolution in hydrogen storage technology to make marine green

It is estimated that 90% of all freight goods are transported by sea, which makes the maritime sector a significant contributor to harmful emissions.

It was recognised some years ago that commitments to slash CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) by 50% by 2050 required a sea of change – with new solutions needed around how vessels are built, powered and regulated.

Enter hydrogen, and a push for deploying the alternative fuel across offshore, onshore and near-shore, as well as ocean vessels, speed boats and leisure crafts. Equipping the maritime sector of the future to adapt to hydrogen has been a focus for Luxfer since around 2016 – and the complexities of the application are still occupying its skilled engineers today.

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