The International Maritime Organization plans a carbon reduction of 40% by 2030 for the shipping sector. Thus, the marine players must address this environmental issue by reducing vessels pollution at ports as well as at sea.
Fuel cell technology appears as an attractive solution for vessels like cruise ships, container carriers as well as river barges. They are perfectly suited to embrace the fuel cell technology revolution thanks to their versatile architecture.
As an emission-free and silent technology, fuel cells can help ports’ decarbonization momentum. With the vicinity of green hydrogen production, they appear as the perfect hydrogen ecosystems.
Our state-of-the-art fuel cell module has been specifically designed for high power markets, applied to marine purposes. HELION Hydrogen Power has developed a hybrid solution (fuel cell & battery) based on a duty-cycle analysis, which offers a competitive sustainable energy. Modular and transportable, our solution can replace diesel engines for ship propulsion, shore-to-ship applications and hotel load activities.
HELION's systems are compatible with non-gaseous hydrogen vectors such as liquid hydrogen and reformers for LOHC, Ammonia or Methanol. Removing hydrogen storage limitation to address maritime very high-power needs.