Tanker shipping company Stena Bulk has become the latest to unveil a radical new ship design that the company says challenges conventional thinking around efficiency and carbon-reduction in shipping.
The newly introduced hybrid bulk carrier concept InfinityMAX will be powered by hydrogen and is designed to carry both dry and wet cargoes in self-sufficient modular compartments. Wind turbines and solar panels will used to generate all the electricity needed for internal systems.
One of the core principles of the design is the creation of standardized and modular cargo units that can carry dry bulk, liquid bulk, or liquified gas products (such as methane, hydrogen or ammonia).
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