First hydrogen powered inland vessel

From left: Tim van Berchum (Financial Manager, Concordia Damen Shipbuilding), Pieter Baggerman (Naval Architect, Concordia Damen Shipbuilding), Harm Lenten (Owner, Lenten Scheepvaart), Chris Kornet (CEO, Concordia Damen Shipbuilding)

European maritime majors have signed a historic contract to build what they claim is the first inland waterway vessel propelled by a hydrogen fuel cell.

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