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Underscoring our serious commitment to the development of offshore renewables in Portugal, SwitcH2 filed as first company its interest in the upcoming tenders for floating wind.
We are delighted to announce our ongoing collaboration with thyssenkrupp Uhde, a leading technology partner for the development of the bespoke process plant onboard our green FPSO!
SwitcH2 was featured recently featured in an article in The MotorShip magazine! The article can be found here.
SwitcH2 and partners BW Offfhsore, TU Delft, Strohm and Marin secured a EUR 3million grant from the Dutch government.
SwitcH2 has filed an application under the HyAccelerator program which SNAM launched in search of innovative ideas to support their plan towards Net Zero, offering our H2 FPSO solution offshore the Italian coast.
Big News! SwitcH2 has been selected to present its project to the EU Hydrogen Industry Roundtable on November 22 in Duisburg.
DNV report is clear about the demand side for clean shipping fuels: "Ships will run on ammonia and hydrogen ‘within three to eight years’"
SwitcH2 and industry partners filed an application under the MOOI grant: Missiegedreven Onderzoek Ontwikkeling en Innovatie, managed by RVO on behalf of the Ministry of Economic Affairs in the Nehterlands on September 6.
Two of the world's leading bunkering ports have signed an MoU to promote the use of green fuels for shipping by 2027. Although multiple alternatives to MGO exist, each with their own pros and cons, these initiatives underscore the importance of making this shift within the shipping industry happen.
SwitcH2 is proud to announce it has received Approval in Principle from DNV on its design principles for an FPSO which will produce ammonia offshore solely from renewable sources of energy.
Although the debate in the shipping world about clean fuels for propulsion is not coming to a general conclusion as of yet, forward thinking carrier CMA CGM bites the bullet with a bold order for 6 methanol fueled container vessels. More to come!
Against the dramatic backdrop of the war, unfolding between Russia and the Ukraine, the topic of energy security is high on every nation's agenda. The humanitarian crisis is unprecedented and our thoughts are with the millions of refugees leaving the Ukraine and the brave men fighting the war against Russia.
The business case for green hydrogen is getting stronger with the recent EU deliberations around free carbon credits. Read on here.
SwitcH2, jointly with academic and various industry partners, has filed an application under the EIC Pathfinder Program, part of Europe's Horizon 2020. Siemens Energy acts as a support partner.
The demand site for green shipping fuels is undisputed Norwegian's SINTEF confirms the tremendous demand for green ammonia for long haul shipping.