TECO 2030 Achieves DNV Approval For Onboard Compressed Hydrogen Fuel Systems

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  • TECO 2030 announces the receipt of an AiP from DNV.
  • TECO 2030 will provide comprehensive documentation tailored to each ship.
  • This emphasizes the company’s dedication to driving sustainability in the maritime.

TECO 2030 proudly announces the receipt of an additional Approval in Principle (AiP) from DNV, marking a significant advancement in sustainable propulsion solutions for the maritime sector, reports TECO 2030

Validation of Viability

DNV’s Approval in Principle, free of showstopper conditions, reaffirms the safety and feasibility of TECO 2030’s compressed hydrogen fuel system design, applicable across all ship types.

Comprehensive System Design

The approved system encompasses critical components such as the bunkering system, inert tank connection space, fuel storage hold space, fuel supply system (including pressure control), and gas relief system.

Adherence to Industry Standards

TECO 2030’s commitment to safety and innovation is evident through adherence to the alternative design approach outlined in MSC.1 – Circ.1455, ensuring thorough evaluation and compliance with industry standards.

Tailored Documentation Process

Before construction and installation on specific vessels, TECO 2030 will provide comprehensive documentation tailored to each ship, subject to thorough review and approval by DNV, ensuring adherence to the highest standards of quality and safety.

CEO’s Statement

Tore Enger, Group CEO of TECO 2030, expresses delight at the additional Approval in Principle, emphasizing the company’s dedication to driving sustainability in the maritime sector and accelerating the transition towards zero-emission shipping.

Industry Recognition and Support

TECO 2030’s innovative approach to sustainable propulsion solutions continues to receive recognition and support within the maritime community, positioning the company at the forefront of shaping a more sustainable future for maritime and heavy-duty industries.

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Source: TECO 2030