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TECO 2030, a key player in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry, proudly announces its participation in the Zero Emission Adriatic Ship (ZEAS) project.
TECO 2030 has successfully injected hydrogen into its 400 kW fuel cell system, marking a significant milestone in the deployment of hydrogen-powered marine vessels and heavy-duty equipment. The company aims to introduce the first operational system by the first half of 2024.
TECO 2030 and Yokogawa Electric Corporation have announced a strategic partnership and investment agreement. The primary goal of this collaboration is to advance hydrogen fuel cell technology, with a particular focus on deploying these innovative power sources in industrial applications, including maritime transportation.
TECO 2030 is leading the charge towards emission-free shipping with its groundbreaking hydrogen fuel cell technology. The Norwegian-based company is not only propelling ships but also heavyweight applications towards a greener future. Their innovation has the potential to transform the maritime and heavy-duty industries, making eco-friendly transport a reality.
TECO 2030, a leading player in sustainable energy solutions, has achieved a significant milestone by securing an invitation for HORIZON EUROPE funding of EUR 13.5 million to construct and demonstrate a passenger ferry powered by TECO 2030 fuel cells.
TECO 2030, a leading player in green maritime technology, and Skeleton Technologies, a global leader in high-power energy storage, have announced a strategic partnership aimed at promoting the use of renewable hydrogen as a zero-carbon fuel in the maritime industry.
Norwegian company TECO 2030 has reached a significant milestone in clean energy technology by completing the production of the first manual fuel cell stack at its facility in Narvik.
TECO 2030 and an unnamed entity have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together on a number of fuel cell projects that, when combined, could produce 50MW of fuel cells.
TECO 2030 ASA has received NOK 50 million in development funding from Innovation Norway, the main tool used by the Norwegian government to support innovation and development in Norwegian businesses and industry.