NOVEMBER 29, 2022 in Marine
Windcat Offshore and Damen Shipyards develop future-proof CSOVs
Windcat, Europe’s market-leading offshore personnel transfer company is pleased to announce an order for the construction of a series of hydrogen-powered Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (“CSOVs”), with Damen Shipyards, a global provider of maritime solutions.
OCTOBER 31, 2022 in Varia
5 reasons why CMB.TECH uses hydrogen
Discover the different reasons why CMB.TECH uses hydrogen.
OCTOBER 28, 2022 in Marine
CMB.TECH & Port of Antwerp-Bruges welcome Hydrotug to Belgium
On Thursday, 27 October, the Hydrotug arrived in the port of Ostend. Here, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat will be further finished with the hydrogen system. Ostend was chosen because the tug can use the hydrogen bunkering facilities of CMB.TECH's Hydrocat 48 there.
OCTOBER 19, 2022 in Industry
CMB.TECH, Ports of Stockholm and Volvo Penta collaborate on hydrogen-powered RoRo tractors to accelerate zero-emission operations
CMB.TECH, Ports of Stockholm & Volvo Penta are collaborating to jointly pilot and operate RoRo (roll on, roll off) tractors running on hydrogen-diesel dual-fuel powertrains as part of the former’s zero-emission operations goals.
OCTOBER 06, 2022 in H₂ Infra
Volvo Penta & CMB.TECH partner on dual-fuel hydrogen engines
Building on a successful collaboration, Volvo Penta and CMB.TECH wish to announce a partnership agreement designed to accelerate the development of dual-fuel hydrogen-powered solutions for both on land and at sea applications. This strengthened collaboration will include joint projects ranging from pilots to small scale industrialization, providing increased access to this important technology for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
OCTOBER 05, 2022 in H₂ Infra
A consortium, of which CMB.TECH is a part of, was awarded grant funding for their green hydrogen dual-fuel locomotive pilot project in Namibia
A consortium led by hydrogen application development company, Hyphen Technical, comprising of CMB.TECH, TransNamib Holdings Limited, University of Namibia and Traxtion has been awarded grant funding for the development of Africa's first dual-fuel hydrogen-diesel locomotives. The project, called HyRail Namibia, will use Namibian-produced green hydrogen supplied from Cleanergy Solutions Namibia Green Hydrogen facility near Walvis Bay to power the hydrogen dual-fuel locomotive consist.