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Wärtsilä to develop 100% pure hydrogen engines and power plant concepts by 2025
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Wärtsilä to develop 100% pure hydrogen engines and power plant concepts by 2025

Wärtsilä has today (July 14) revealed a pioneering test programme for pure hydrogen engines in hopes that it can enable fully decarbonised energy systems.

This will see the testing of the technology group’s thermal balancing engines to use pure hydrogen with the expectation that the engine and power plant concept will be capable of running on 100% hydrogen by 2025.

The project, being tested in Vaasa, Finland, will assess Wärtsilä’s existing 31 gas engine technology to find the optimum parameters for running on hydrogen.

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