World's first zero emission catamaran to launch in Sweden

Jet skis that run on gasoline and diesel play a significant role in air pollution and

climate change. Increasingly, in the development of water transport, an engine that runs on hydrogen is used.

For example, Swedish companies Green City Ferries ABand Echandia teamed up with New Zealand bureau Teknicraft and Italian designers from Studio Sculli to design the Beluga24. It is the world's first high-speed catamaran with a hydrogen fuel cell system.


The catamaran will be built from carbon fiber and willequipped with an Echandia battery and fuel cell power plant. This design is said to require less hydrogen than the standard design. The vessel will also have a special wing that will reduce drag when moving.

The Beluga24 is expected to ship in 2022.

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