Marine technology firm Energy Observer on Sunday (6 February) said it has designed Energy Observer 2 – a multipurpose cargo ship fuelled by liquid hydrogen.
Energy Observer and its strategic partner, the CMA CGM Group, will analyse the commercial and operational parameters of the new generation of cargo-ship.
Energy Observer 2 is the flagship of the Institute for the Eco-Energy Transition of the Maritime Sector (T2EM), and will be built as the first full-scale demonstrator.
Involved in the project are Air Liquide, EODev, LMG Marin, Ayro, and Bureau Veritas.
The main features of Energy Observer 2 are:
Photo credit: © Energy Observer 2 – Kadeg Boucher / JB Epron Design
Published: 15 February, 2022
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