CLEAN HYDROGEN

A solution to decarbonise the maritime sector

Hydrogen Displaces Fossil Fuels

Improving air quality to reach net zero targets

ABUNDANT

The most available element on earth making up 75% of universe mass

DECARBONISED

Carbon-free, clean, lighter than air, odourless and non-toxic

PROVEN

Used for decades in industry – safe to produce, store and transport

GREEN

Hydrogen can be made from renewable energy CO2 free through electrolysis

ABUNDANT

The most available element on earth making up 75% of universe mass

DECARBONISED

Carbon-free, clean, lighter than air, odourless and non-toxic

PROVEN

Used for decades in industry – safe to produce, store and transport

GREEN

Hydrogen can be made from renewable energy CO2 free through electrolysis

Why Hydrogen?

Accelerating the energy transition

EMERGING TRENDS

  • Increasing pollution regulations: inland waterways and restricted zones
  • Increasing global electric motor boat market
  • Falling costs of renewables to enable green hydrogen: 80% decrease in renewable energy prices since 2010
  • Demand for clean hydrogen predicted to grow by over 8-times before 2050

GLOBAL REGULATION

  • Paris Agreement & Net Zero: +66 countries have 2050 net zero targets
  • International Maritime Organisation: CO2 reductions of 40% by 2030 and 70% by 2050
  • Global Maritime Forum: Industry pressure for ZEVs by 2030
  • Hydrogen Council: +90 members

HYDROGEN SUITABILITY

  • Vital fuel identified to decarbonise maritime transport
  • Practical and economical for long-range demands over li-batteries
  • Hydrogen addresses previous renewable energy limitations with a solution for storage and intermittency

EMERGING TRENDS

  • Increasing pollution regulations: inland waterways and restricted zones
  • Increasing global electric motor boat market
  • Falling costs of renewables to enable green hydrogen: 80% decrease in renewable energy prices since 2010
  • Demand for clean hydrogen predicted to grow by over 8-times before 2050

GLOBAL REGULATION

  • Paris Agreement & Net Zero: +66 countries have 2050 net zero targets
  • International Maritime Organisation: CO2 reductions of 40% by 2030 and 70% by 2050
  • Global Maritime Forum: Industry pressure for ZEVs by 2030
  • Hydrogen Council: +90 members

HYDROGEN SUITABILITY

  • Vital fuel identified to decarbonise maritime transport
  • Practical and economical for long-range demands over li-batteries
  • Hydrogen addresses previous renewable energy limitations with a solution for storage and intermittency

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