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Hydrogen ferries might soon traffic the Baltic Sea – Flexens is about to finish a feasibility study of the Power2AX project on green hydrogen production and use in ferries in the Åland archipelago

The Finnish project development company Flexens Oy Ab will finish a feasibility study of the Power2AX project in November 2020. The project aims at implementing green hydrogen production and use in fuel ferries in the Åland archipelago. The Power2AX contributes to the Smart Energy Åland project in which Flexens is demonstrating 100 % renewable energy system in the Åland Islands. Flexens is steering the project together with the Government of Åland and has employed two Finnish engineering and consulting offices, Deltamarin and Elomatic, with the feasibility study. The assessment provides the first estimate for technical and economic feasibility of the concept covering hydrogen production at a wind farm and using the hydrogen in fuel cell ferries in the Åland archipelago.

Nov 26 2020

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