TECO 2030 and Skeleton Technologies to integrate fuel cell and battery technology for hydrogen-powered maritime solutions

TECO 2030 and energy storage developer Skeleton Technologies have entered into a strategic partnership to boost the use of hydrogen as a fuel in the maritime sector.

The two companies will aim to develop joint solutions combining their technologies to enable the maritime industry’s transition to Net Zero.

Initially, Skeleton’s SuperBattery is set to be integrated with TECO 2030’s fuel cell modules as part of the €5m ($5.3m) HyEkoTank project, which will see the companies alongside Shell and other convert an 18.6000 DWT tanker ship to run on hydrogen.

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