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Green Hydrogen in Shipping- Australia’s MCH and Norway’s Gen2 Energy Project

Here’s an article posted in Maritime Executive that talks about the performance of Australia’s MCH and Norway’s Gen2 Energy in green shipping solutions.

According to the article,

  • A demonstration project in Australia is producing hydrogen in a stable carrier for shipping to Japan.
  • The new hydrogen carrier, methylcyclohexane (MCH), is produced using a proprietary low-cost method.
  • Norwegian company Gen2 Energy is developing large compressed hydrogen carriers using containers.

Interestingly, we have other posts related to this content:

“Shipping with Green Hydrogen: Ammonia Cracking Technology by Pherousa” – This article talks about Pherousa’s deal with pure hydrogen and their proposed solution to the challenges of storing and using hydrogen on deep-sea shipping with ammonia cracker. “World’s First Ammonia-Powered Ship: by Green Ships and Bourbon Horizon” – This article posted in Offshore Energy talks about the world’s first ammonia-powered ship.


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Electrochemical synthesis

Eneos Corporation

Fuel cell vehicles (FCVs)

Green Innovation Fund Projects

Hydrogen carrier

Large-scale hydrogen supply chain

Medium-sized electrolyzer

Methylcyclohexane (MCH)

Organic hydride

Solar power system

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