Norway-based TECO 2030 ASA announced a partnership with the mechanical engineering group Slåttland in Norway to explore cooperation possibilities within a range of emission-reducing projects, including hydrogen fuel cells offshore and onshore, manufacturing of large TECO Future Funnels, manufacturing plant, and hydrogen competence development.
Slåttland operates in Offshore and Marine, Hydrogen and Wind Power, Carbon Capture, Energy and Industry. The company is the chosen partner for the mechanical and technical contributions to the pilot project Deep Purple, lead by TecnipFMC, which develops green hydrogen offshore energy systems. The Group also has a production and engineering office in Vietnam.
TECO 2030 recently announced a partnership with Thecla Bodewes Shipyards in Holland to develop zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell propulsion on all types of river vessels, such as push tugs, dredgers, passenger and cargo ships and low-profile coasters. (Earlier post.)