Engineering and design services provider LMG Marin AS on Thursday (22 July) said the world’s first hydrogen powered vessel Hydra has been delivered by shipyard Westcon Group to ferry operator Norled
Hydra is a double ended ferry intended for operation at the Hjelmeland-Nesvik-Ombo connection in Norway. “She [Hydra has] joined her near sister Nesvik on the triangular route between Hjelmeland-Skipavik-Nesvik,” stated LMG Marin in a social media post.
“Meanwhile she [Hydra] is ready to sail on liquid hydrogen this will only happen when supply is available, hopefully in a few months.”
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Photo credit: LMG Marin AS
Published: 29 July, 2021
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