DECEMBER 05, 2023 in Marine
WinGD signs four-way partnership to deliver CMB.TECH ammonia engines
Swiss marine power company WinGD has concluded a four-party agreement underwriting Belgian bulk carrier operator CMB.TECH’s order of X72DF‑A ammonia-fuelled engines. CSSC Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding (QBS) and engine builder CSSC Engine Co (CSE) were the other signatories in the joint undertaking to power a series of 210,000 DWT bulk carriers to be delivered from Qingdao through 2025 and 2026.
NOVEMBER 29, 2023 in Marine
CMB.TECH and Boeckmans to build 4 future-proof hydrogen-powered 5.000dwt general cargo vessels
CMB.TECH and Boeckmans are pleased to announce their collaboration that will accelerate the decarbonisation of the maritime industry: the development of 4 future-proof hydrogen-powered 5.000dwt general cargo vessels with significantly reduced greenhouse emissions.
OCTOBER 12, 2023 in Industry
CMB.TECH and DBR build first marine dual fuel hydrogen gensets
CMB.TECH and DBR announce their pioneering collaboration that will accelerate the decarbonisation of the maritime industry: the development of the first dual fuel hydrogen gensets for marine applications.
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023 in Industry
Launch of the first 250kVA hydrogen dual fuel generator set using CMB.TECH’s technology
NENS Power and e-power® are taking concrete steps towards green power generation for temporary energy supply. This generator with a Volvo Penta Stage V D8 industrial engine, applying CMB.TECH's hydrogen dual fuel technology, will be used for port operations and off-grid power generation.
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023 in H₂ Infra
Cleanergy Solutions Namibia kicks off construction works for Africa's first public refuelling station with onsite green hydrogen production
Cleanergy Solutions Namibia, a joint venture between the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group and CMB.TECH, announces a premiere: the bricklaying of Africa’s first public green hydrogen refuelling station. The hydrogen production plant established in Walvis Bay, Namibia, uses solar energy for hydrogen production onsite. This innovative facility will supply hydrogen to trucks, port equipment, and railway applications. As an integral part of this project, a Hydrogen Academy will be established to educate and train local individuals on hydrogen technology and its wide-ranging applications. The hydrogen refuelling station is expected to be fully operational by mid 2024.