TECO 2030 fuel cell tech receives AiP from DNV

TECO 2030 has received approval in principle (AiP) for its hydrogen fuel cell system and three versions of its fuel cell module FCM400, the clean tech company confirmed today (Oct 4).

Awarded by classification and certification body DNV, AiP highlights that TECO 2030’s hydrogen fuel cell technology complies with the applicable rules and regulations, codes and standards.

On the recognition, Tore Egner, CEO of TECO 2030, “The AiP by DNV marks another important milestone for use in our development of zero-emission solutions for the maritime industry. By giving us AiP, DNV clearly states that our hydrogen fuel cell system and the fuel cell modules are safe to use.”

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