202203 MARINE COVE study on Nova Scotia vessel electrification released | Alfa Laval

2022-03-01

COVE study on Nova Scotia vessel electrification released

Approaches and technologies encompassed alternative fuels like hydrogen and ammonia, fuel cell technology, battery storage advancements, and infrastructure and supply considerations.

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“…The Nova Scotia’s Opportunities for Marine Electrification Study, developed by COVE and commissioned by the Province of Nova Scotia, provides information on the potential and methods for a marine vessel electrification industry in Nova Scotia…

…Atlantic Canadian industry input from a rapidly growing ecosystem of operators, boat builders, technology companies, and naval architects shows they are actively engaged in a broad set of Nova Scotia marine electrification demonstration projects, and that access to enabling infrastructure and charging facilities has been seen as a commercial barrier…”

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