TECO 2030 Receives AIP for Containerized Fuel Cell Power Generator

TECO 2030 has, in connection to the HyEkoTank project, received an Approval in Principe (AIP) from the Norwegian classification society DNV for a containerized fuel cell power generator (FCPG) for use onboard oceangoing applications.

The TECO 2030 containerized FCPG represents a pioneering solution in the maritime industry. It is a complete power generator system that can seamlessly integrate with a ship’s main switchboard, offering reliable and efficient power generation while emitting nothing but warm water and air, thus significantly reducing harmful emissions and environmental impact.

Included in the approval in principle are various integral components of the FCPG, ensuring its seamless integration and operational efficiency. These components encompass the fuel preparation system, fuel cell module holding room, electro technical room, battery room, HVAC and auxiliaries, inerting system, and airlock. Each element plays a crucial role in ensuring the reliability, safety, and performance of the FCPG system.

“We are pleased to announce that our fuel cell power generators have received an approval in principle from DNV. This proves it is safe to utilize onboard a vessel, for propulsion and auxiliary power,” says Tore Enger, Group CEO, TECO 2030. “This solution can of course be combined in series to facilitate multimegawatt installations and power requirements, without releasing any harmful emissions” Enger adds.
Source: TECO 2030 ASA

Source link

Back to top button