Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries launched the world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier, called “Suiso Frontier” at its Kobe Works yard, in a ceremony highlighting the importance of the event. The vessel’s construction is expected to be complete by late 2020.
The first offshore green hydrogen plant created by the Neptune Energy , located in the Dutch field of the North Sea, includes three energy systems in one platform; offshore wind, offshore gas, and hydrogen. The following video explains how the project will be progressed, keeping in mind that it is the first project of its kind in the sector.
Port of Antwerp has ordered construction of a tug powered by hydrogen, the first in the world. This ‘Hydrotug’ is driven by combustion engines that burn hydrogen in combination with diesel. The motors also comply with the very strictest standard, the EU Stage V.
“Surf ‘n’ Turf” is a community energy project using hydrogen to open up new opportunities in the Orkney Islands in northern Scotland. The video explains the channelling of renewable energy from tidal turbines and a wind turbine into a hydrogen network that provides heat, power and eventually fuel for transport.
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