Developed as a practical plug-and-play solution to decarbonise vessels, the HPM-80 is a stackable solution to meet customised energy requirements up to multi-MW scale. This modular ethos simplifies hydrogen access for clients through both the integration of a hybrid or full-hydrogen energy system.
“Following last year’s win of the Electric & Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year Award, we are honoured to take home the Hydrogen Breakthrough Technology of the Year Award,” said Genevos CEO Rebecca Sharp. “This award recognises our contributions to accelerating the hydrogen transition through the development and AiP certification of the high-power HPM-80 (80 kW Hydrogen Power Module) marine fuel cell, stackable to multi-MW scale. I am proud to share this trophy with the team, which is the direct result of dedication and passion to protect our oceans with a practicable zero-emission power solution for marine craft.”
The Genevos range of HPM solutions are integrated for durability with corrosion-resistant graphite stacks and IP56 rating, suitable to be installed in an engine room or on deck. Following successful factory acceptance tests, two HPM-80s will be delivered in Q3 this year.
This year’s winners:
- Environmental achievement of the year – vessel design: the team behind Norled’s MF Hydra including Ballard Power Systems and SEAM
- Environmental achievement of the year – propulsion system design: Hydro Impulse
- Environmental achievement of the year – industry contribution: SWIM consortium, including Enviu, Zepp.solutions and Flying Fish
- Concept vessel design of the year: Ulstein
- New propulsion technology of the year: Molabo
- Vessel charging innovation of the year: Vard
- Ports and harbour innovation of the year: Shore-Link
- Hydrogen technology breakthrough of the year: Genevos
- Marine industry supplier of the year: Leclanché
For more about this year’s winners, visit: www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpo.com
To learn more about Genevos scalable Hydrogen Power Module solutions visit www.genevos.com.