Condor H2

Zero-emission transport for inland waterway sector

The CONDOR H2 project is an outgrowth of the RH2INE initiative. It aims to remove barriers to zero emission transport for the inland waterway sector as a whole, and market-readiness of these solutions requires 50 zero emission vessels to operate by 2030, reducing CO2 emissions by 100,000 tonnes per year. Condor H2 will provide hydrogen storage and fuel cells with a battery pack on a pay-per-use basis, enabling ships to become zero emission with limited upfront investment for ship owners.

The hydrogen will be supplied in modular, standardized and swappable 'tank-tainers', allowing longer voyages.

Innovation Project

Project Details

Hydrogen powered vessels

Innovation Project

Project Responsibility:
Port of Rotterdam