TECO 2030 awarded NOK 50m to aid in the development of hydrogen fuel cells

The Norwegian government has awarded NOK 50m ($6m) to aid TECO 2030 in developing hydrogen fuel cells that could significantly reduce carbon emissions in the region.

Granted by Innovation Norway, the funding revealed today (Oct 25) is expected to contribute to the development of TECO’s Marine Fuel Cell which the company has said will provide a zero emission boost to the maritime sector.

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