Green tugboats? 'Revolutionary' hydrogen ship engine unveiled in Belgium

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Artist impression of the envisaged 'HydroTug' | Credit: BeHydro
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Artist impression of the envisaged 'HydroTug' | Credit: BeHydro

BeHydro joint venture claims its 1MW hydrogen-diesel motors can cut CO2 emissions by up to 85 per cent

A "revolutionary" hybrid ship engine powered by green hydrogen and diesel has been unveiled today in Belgium, with developers claiming the innovation could cut CO2 emissions from ships, trains and electricity...

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