The Genevos range of HPM solutions (15 kW, 40 kW, 80 kW) are integrated for durability with corrosion-resistant graphite stacks and IP56 rating, suitable to be installed in an engine room or on deck.
Developed as a practical plug-and-play solution to decarbonise small-scale vessels, typical applications of the HPM-40 include recreational boats, coastal fishing vessels, passenger boats such as water taxis and ferries, in addition to Unmanned Surface Vessels operating in research and surveillance.
The HPM-40 enables high redundancy to be easily achieved by adding modules to a vessel typically with a dedicated powerline to a single electric motor, such as for catamarans. This modularity further simplifies hydrogen access for clients through both the integration of a hybrid or full-hydrogen energy system.
“Decarbonising the maritime sector in accordance with climate change targets requires collaboration and immediate action. Supporting MadBlue Marine in their wholistic approach to achieving hydrogen boating aligns with the Genevos values and mission to enable clean and resilient mobility on our oceans. We are proud to be a part of MadBlue Marine actions in reducing the negative impact of boating on the ocean.” Commented Rebecca Sharp, Co-Founder and CEO of Genevos.