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SEPTEMBER 26, 2022 in

Windcat Workboats announces plans for another six hydrogen-powered vessels

In May 2022, Windcat Workboats and CMB.TECH launched the Hydrocat 48, the world’s first hydrogen powered CTV, at the World Hydrogen Summit in Rotterdam. Following the delivery and trials with launching customer Vestas, Windcat Workboats, together with its joint venture partners TSM and FRS, are pleased to announce an additional order of six hydrogen-powered vessels by 2024.
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SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 in

5 reasons why CMB.TECH uses dual fuel engines

Discover the different reasons why we use dual fuel engines.
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SEPTEMBER 01, 2022 in

Cleanergy receives Grant

Cleanergy Solutions Namibia - a joint venture between CMB.TECH and the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group - has been awarded the JCOI / PTX grant which supports the company to set up a Hydrogen pilot plant and refuelling station at the coast of Namibia. The award was announced at the Namibia National Green Hydrogen Conference which was held in the capital last week. Cleanergy Solutions Namibia also co-sponsored the conference which attracted a local as well as international audience and speakers.
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JULY 05, 2022 in

Vestas is using our first hydrogen-powered offshore service vessel, the Hydrocat 48

As part of its journey towards becoming carbon neutral by 2030, without the use of offsets, Vestas will explore how the world's first hydrogen-powered crew transfer vessel (CTV), the Hydrocat 48, can help reduce carbon emissions from its offshore service operations. Vestas does this by launching a pilot program in collaboration with long-term supplier Windcat Workboats.
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JUNE 30, 2022 in

Groundbreaking strategic investment in hydrogen by Ports of Stockholm in collaboration with CMB.TECH

Ports of Stockholm and CMB.TECH are joining forces in a unique hydrogen collaboration at Stockholm Norvik Port. The investment in hydrogen will encompass port operations and will also expand service offerings to shipping companies and haulage firms, as well as other customers and collaboration partners. The goal is for Stockholm Norvik Port to be Sweden’s most climate-smart and sustainable port.