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Getting Hydrogen to Work
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Getting Hydrogen to Work

For marine applications such as electrical generators on ocean-going vessels, main propulsion for inland / coastal vessels, and power for refrigerated containers,hydrogen-powered PEM fuel cells are the logical choice to achieve “low-to-no” carbon emissions in keeping with IMO 2030/50 and other regulations. In fact, fuel cells already have many advantages over diesel engines, such as fuel efficiency, low maintenance and repair costs, and no other harmful emissions such as particulates, SOX and NOX.

The big question is how to deliver hydrogen onboard safely and efficiently; the answer is the methanol-to-hydrogen generator technology being developed by e1 Marine. The e1 Marine hydrogen generator solution makes the hydrogen generator / fuel cell combination a near-term reality and an attractive choice even as compared to diesel generators today.

The HGFC set:
The HGFC set:
  • Consumes 35% less energy than diesel-generators, and is thus cost-effective operationally even today even before considering any new regulations or carbon tax
  • Even while running on standard methanol the hydrogen generator / fuel cell set produces zero particulates, zero NOX, zero SOX emissions, and 28% less CO2 than a diesel generator

  • Is simple in design and construction with high reliability and very few “moving parts” thus low maintenance and repair costs as compared to diesel engines
  • Even more efficient operationally than diesel engines when matched with a battery bank to provide surge power and manage very low loads
  • Ready to meet all future regulatory requirements by simply switching to renewable methanol
  • Can be configured for efficient carbon capture and thus carbon negative with renewable methanol

The hydrogen generator / fuel cell set is modular in nature and can be deployed in box form or integrated into existing engine room designs, whether retrofit or new building, in power outputs ranging from 50KW to 2 MW, with larger sizes also possible.

Methanol is readily available as a bunker fuel, is easy to handle and store with some basic modifications to bunkering systems and safety protocols, and when desired for any reason, the use of renewable methanol will result in zero carbon power.

e1 Marine: getting hydrogen to work.
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Why e1 Marine?

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28% CO2 reduction
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High energy content
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Lower maintenance and repair costs
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Scalable
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Reliable
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Affordable

e1 Marine can be used in fuel cells which are much more
efficient than internal combustion engines

The Advantages

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Reduced carbon footprint
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Produces zero particulates
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Easily integrated
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No NOx and no SOx
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Sustainable
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Efficient

Our low-carbon energy solution is a breakthrough technology,
with performance to meet your needs

The big question is, how do we get Hydrogen onboard a ship safely and efficiently?

The answer is e1 Marine.

Technology to prevail in the industry.