HYDROGEN INNOVATIONS

Zero emission plug & play Hydrogen Power Modules for vessels

HYDROGEN INNOVATIONS

Zero emission plug & play Hydrogen Power Modules for vessels

MAKING HYDROGEN ACCESSIBLE TO MARINE

OceansLab cleantech spin-off company Genevos has developed an advanced fuel cell and renewable hydrogen system that is highly scalable to accelerate uptake of fuel cells and zero-carbon fuel solutions

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Genevos Hydrogen Power Module Side View blur Credit Gilles Delacuvellerie

AWARD WINNING SOLUTION

The HPM has been attributed the “Solar Impulse Efficient Solution” Label as part of the first 1000 solutions to change the world, and has been awarded the Sud-Ouest / Region Nouvelle Aquitaine Maritime Innovation Trophy

AWARD WINNING SOLUTION

The HPM has been attributed the “Solar Impulse Efficient Solution” Label as part of the first 1000 solutions to change the world, and has been awarded the Sud-Ouest / Region Nouvelle Aquitaine Maritime Innovation Trophy

Genevos Hydrogen Power Module Labelled 1000 Solar Impulse Efficient Solution © Gilles Delacuvellerie

WHY HYDROGEN?

  • Green h2 can be produced from renewables

  • Carbon-free, clean, lighter than air, odourless & non-toxic

  • Proven & safe to produce, store & transport

  • An important solution to decarbonise the maritime sector

MARINISED SOLAR PV

PERFORMANCE MONITORING

  • Active power monitoring of multiple modules

  • Daily solar energy absorption

  • Module efficiency and functionality

NON-SLIP SOLAR

  • Improve safety and confidences

  • Enhanced low-light performance

  • Low weight

MARINISED SOLAR PV

PERFORMANCE MONITORING

  • Active power monitoring of multiple modules

  • Daily solar energy absorption

  • Module efficiency and functionality

NON-SLIP SOLAR

  • Improve safety and confidences

  • Enhanced low-light performance

  • Low weight

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RESEARCH PROJECTS

OceansLab collaborates with research universities as a project lead for undergraduate and masters programmes

Fluid simulation of fuel cell pack

  • Status:  COMPLETED
  • Objective: Concept design and air simulation for fuel cell enclosure to ensure adequate ventilation
  • Duration:  3 Months, Sep-Dec 2019
  • Students:  4 x Mech Eng MASTERS students
  • Academic Supervisor:  Nicolas Oliver
  • Industrial Supervisor: Phil Sharp
  • OceansLab Contribution:  Enclosure design optimised for ventilation, air-integrity and safety

Solid & liquid hydrogen storage

  • Status:  UNDERWAY
  • Objective:  Research study with experimental work to define competitive alternative storage technologies for motive applications, such as ammonia reformation / filtration, boron-hydrides
  • Duration:  9 Months, Jan-Sep 2020
  • Students:  1 x Masters student
  • Academic Supervisor:  Prof Nigel Brandon
  • Industrial Supervisor: Phil Sharp

HFC feasibility and market study

  • Status:  UNDERWAY
  • Objective:  Hydrogen fuel cell market research and review
  • Duration:  9 Months, Jan-Jul 2020
  • Students:  7 x Engineering Yr3 students
  • Tutor:  Vincent Felix
  • Industrial Supervisor: Phil Sharp
Imperial College London
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