SeaBubbles presents a hydrogen-powered electric flying boat


French start-up for sustainable mobility The first life-size model of SeaBubbles’ eponymous hydrogen-powered electric flying boat, which provides “a zero wave, zero noise, zero-emission navigation experience for passenger transport,” just made its debut.

The SeaBubble is an eight-meter-long vessel that can accommodate up to 12 passengers and is propelled by a hybrid system made up of electric motors and hydrogen fuel cells. The business claims that it has a two-and-a-half-hour range and can go 50 nautical miles (90 km) at 18 knots on a single charge at a hydrogen station.

According to a statement from SeaBubbles, the advancement of the hydrogen industry and local ecosystems work hand in hand with the invention of their futuristic boat. The startup intends to launch the first pilot line the following year to start the actual-world testing phases.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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