Advantages over other technologies

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The technology has clear advantages over other low and zero carbon alternatives.

  • Cost: optimized balance of maximized emission’s savings while ensuring that the extra required CAPEX is minimal
  • Reliability: combustion engines are robust, reliable and have a long operational track record
  • Zero carbon: ICE monofuel engines reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero, ICE dual fuel engines reduce emissions by 60 to 90 % depending on the load and the engine type
  • Available today: large marine and industrial applications can be converted to H2ICE today


Diesel back-up

Dual fuel engines offer the added advantage of full diesel back-up in case hydrogen is not available or too expensive. This is a very important added benefit for industrial and marine operators.

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