Refuelling with hydrogen at a floating solar island

The island, which will produce 65 kilowatts of peak power, is connected to a 10 kilowatt electrolyzer that produces hydrogen

Powering ships with hydrogen, electrolysed at floating solar islands, could become a reality says Dutch firm SolarDuck.

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