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© UC San Diego & Glosten
uc-san-diego-selects-naval-architect-to-design-hydrogen-powered-research-vessel
© UC San Diego & Glosten

UC San Diego selects naval architect to design hydrogen-powered research vessel

The University of California San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography has selected a naval architect to design its anticipated hybrid-hydrogen research vessel.

With the selection, Seattle-based Glosten will provide preliminary design, contract design, and detailed design for the research vessel to be operated by Scripps Oceanography.

H2 View understands, the vessel will feature an innovative hybrid propulsion system, integrating hydrogen fuel cells alongside a conventional diesel-electric power plant, which according to UC San Diego will enable zero emissions operations.

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