Hydrogen Power Module - A fully marinised, plug-and-play hydrogen fuel cell unit that enables zero emissions propulsion and power generation in vessels
The Hydrogen Power Modules (HPMs) developed by Genevos are a drop-in, zero emissions power solution for marine vessels. The modules are fully-integrated, marinised power packs capable of replacing existing fossil-fuelled engines and generators with a clean solution that is competitive on weight, motoring range, and cost of ownership. The HPMs offer a diverse range of applications to meet the reduction in emissions required across the maritime sector, from primary and hybrid propulsion in small to medium vessels, to powering auxiliary systems for large ships in order to reduce inshore and in-port pollution. The modular technology is highly scalable enabling it to meet the large anticipated growth in green hydrogen over the next decade, which will be vital to the decarbonization of the marine sector
Prototype in lab
FLASC - Hydro-Pneumatic Energy Storage
Safe, reliable and scalable energy storage, designed specifically for offshore applications.
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