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TECO 2030 receives AIP from DNV for onboard compressed hydrogen fuel systems

TECO 2030 has received an Approval in Principle (AiP) from DNV regarding compressed hydrogen fuel systems.


The Approval in Principle granted by DNV comes with no showstopper conditions, affirming the viability and safety of TECO 2030’s compressed hydrogen fuel system design. These systems are designed to be applicable for all ship types and encompass essential components such as the bunkering system, inerted tank connection space, fuel storage hold space, fuel supply system (including pressure control), and gas relief system.

TECO 2030’s commitment to safety and innovation is further underscored by the adherence to the alternative design approach outlined in MSC.1 - Circ.1455 for the final approval of the systems onboard vessels. This approach ensures rigorous evaluation and compliance with industry standards, enhancing confidence in the reliability and efficiency of the technology.

Prior to construction and installation onboard any specific vessel subject to classification, TECO 2030 will provide a complete set of documentation tailored to the particular ship. This documentation will undergo thorough review and approval by DNV in accordance with established classification procedures.


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