Ulstein shares plans for a hydrogen fuelled maritime industry

Following the introduction of its hydrogen fuelled ship in November last year, family-owned ship manufacturer Ulstein has revealed its vision towards a marine hydrogen future.

The Netherlands-based company released its ULSTEIN SX190 design which uses proven and readily available hydrogen technology, enabling clean shipping operations to reduce the environmental footprint of offshore projects.

“We support the recent hydrogen initiatives by ports and large industry players. It strengthens us in our ambitions to be at the forefront of sustainable ship designs,” said Tore Ulstein, Ulstein Group’s Deputy CEO.

“A vision like this can be turned into reality through innovation and industrialisation, but here we will need a partnership between research institutions, governments, regulators and businesses.”

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