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South Korean consortium gains approval in principle for liquid hydrogen tank for ships
© Hylium Industries
South Korean consortium gains approval in principle for liquid hydrogen tank for ships
© Hylium Industries

South Korean consortium gains approval in principle for liquid hydrogen tank for ships

South Korea continues to pave the way forward for hydrogen implementation into shipping with a consortium of industry leaders gaining an approval in principle (AIP) to develop a liquid hydrogen tank for ships.

Revealed today (Jan 12), the AIP has been granted by the Korean register to Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering (KRISO), Hylium Industries (Hylium), POSCO, and Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (KSOE) who have partnered for development of this key technology.

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