Wilhelmsen and partners get EU millions to develop hydrogen-powered ship

Shipping company Wilhelmsen is working with a series of partners to have a hydrogen-powered ship in the water by 2024. The project has now received millions in funding from an EU program.

Illustration af det brintdrevne skib, som Wilhelmsen og en række partnere arbejder på at sende på vandet. | Photo: Wilhelmsen

Wilhelmsen aims to have a hydrogen-powered ship in commercial operation within the foreseeable future.

The plan is for such a ship to be in operation from 2024, to transport "coastwise customer cargo" and hydrogen in containers to bunkering hubs.

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