Power to Maas: inland shipping turns to H2

Maas won’t be bunkered: the hydrogen will be swapped out tanks in containers making it easier to get the project up and running.

Maas is a typical inland container vessel running up and down the Rhine, but what makes it unusual is that it’s aiming at a full zero emission future.

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