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MARITIME CLEANTECH COMPANIES SIGN MoU

MARITIME CLEANTECH COMPANIES SIGN MoU

Thursday, October 7, 2021 

Norway- based Teco 2030 has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Singapores Offshore Technology Development (OTD) on the provision of Teco 2030s cleantech for the maritime industry.

Under the agreement, OTD will be able to offer Teco 2030’s cleantech products, such as hydrogen fuel cells, carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions and exhaust gas cleaning systems, to its clients within the maritime sector. Teco 2030 will provide technical support and services, and training to OTD personnel, and will cooperate with and support OTD in all handling of its solutions. OTD is Keppel Offshore & Marine’s technology arm supporting the oil and gas, marine, and offshore wind industries.

Teco 2030 CEO Tore Enger said: “We are delighted that OTD has chosen to work with our cleantech products in their efforts to help their clients within the maritime industry to reduce their environmental and climate impacts.”

Teco 2030 is delivering technology that helps ships to reduce their environmental and climate impacts, and that even enables them to sail emissions-free, including the company’s Marine Fuel Cell, developed with AVL of Austria, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), developed with Chart Industries, and the Future Funnel exhaust gas cleaning system.

 

 

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