Innovative company
TECO 2030

TECO 2030 is building up Europe’s first Giga production facility of hydrogen PEM fuel cell stacks and modules in Narvik, Norway. The production capacity will be built up through 2023 and early 2024, targeting an output capacity of up to 120 MW of fuel cells in 2024, 400 MW in 2025 and 1.6 GW in 2030.

TECO 2030 is a Norwegian based clean tech company developing zero-emission technology for the maritime and heavy industry. We are developing PEM hydrogen fuel cell stacks and PEM hydrogen fuel cell modules, that enable ships and other heavy-duty applications to become emissions-free. The company is listed on Euronext Growth on Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker TECO and in New York, OTCQX under the ticker TECFF. TECO2030 is a spinoff from TECO Maritime Group, a group that has provided technology and services to the global shipping industry since 1994.

What we have:

  • Experienced core team
  • Lean production strategy
  • Industrial approach
  • Inhouse cell, stack and module production
  • Serial product developed with world leading partners ThyssenKrupp and AVL

On a mission towards zero emission

TECO2030 accelerates the green transition in the maritime sector by delivering technology that helps ships to reduce their environmental and climate impacts. TECO2030 is developing hydrogen fuel cells that enable ships and other heavy-duty applications to become emissions-free. The company is also developing other solutions that can help the maritime industry to reduce its emissions, such as exhaust gas cleaning and carbon capture systems for ships.

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Stock Exchange Announcements

TECO 2030 and Umoe Mandal receives preliminary approval for high-speed vessel design

(Lysaker, Norway, February 29th, 2024): TECO 2030 (OSE: TECO, OTC: TECFF, ISIN: NO0010887516) and Umoe Mandal successfully receives “approval of preliminary design” from the Norwegian Maritime Authority for a multimegawatt hydrogen fuel cell powered high-speed vessel design.

The preliminary approval is a result of the application submitted earlier this month and is the first stage of the design and approval process for constructing a fuel cell powered vessel.

The vessel design is utilizing Umoe Mandal's proven Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) Surface Effect Ship (SES) technology, featuring an air-cushion catamaran design. This configuration ensures very high fuel efficiency, sufficient range to sail a complete route without charging stops unlike battery-driven vessels. Additionally,  it also offers high passenger comfort in rough sea conditions. CTVs are commonly used in construction, maintenance, and operations of offshore wind farms. The imminent vessel, designed for passenger transportation, will boast a service speed of 35 knots, a minimum range of 160 nautical miles, and will accommodate up to 275 passengers.

Compared to the fuel consumption of existing equivalent fossil-fueled high speed passenger vessels, the consumption is reduced by more than 55%. The emission of climate gasses is zero.

The “Approval of preliminary design” marks the completion of the first stage of the complete design and approval process for this hydrogen fueled vessel, following the procedures required by the International Maritime Organization IGF-code and “Alternative Design Process” design process.

Passenger transport by high-speed ferries is common in Norway and many other locations, but it has traditionally been linked to very high greenhouse gas emissions per passenger kilometer. The Norwegian government now processing the implementation of a zero-emission requirement for high-speed ferries starting in 2025 after a public hearing was conducted in 2023. The vessel designed by Umoe Mandal and TECO 2030 fulfills these expected zero-emission requirements.

This project has been financed by the Norwegian County Municipalities Finnmark, Nordland, Trøndelag and Vestland, who are now working to secure financing to construct and demonstrate a hydrogen powered high-speed ferry in line with the Norwegian 2025 zero-emission requirements.

“It is a great pleasure to announce the preliminary approval from the Norwegian Maritime Authority. This vessel can become an accelerator for emission-free marine passenger transport; as a result, we are ready to engage with interested parties,” says an enthusiastic Tore Enger, Group CEO, TECO 2030.

“I am excited to keep the great momentum going with Umoe Mandal and hope the Norwegian public authorities work to secure financing to continue this project as soon as possible. Also, keep in mind that this vessel design can easily be adopted to similar sized vessels who wants a viable alternative to traditional combustion engines and fossil fuels. There are no doubts that fuel cells and hydrogen will play a vital role in achieving net-zero climate goals,” Enger concludes.

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About TECO 2030 ASA

TECO 2030 is building up Europe's first Giga production facility of hydrogen PEM fuel cell stacks and modules in Narvik, Norway. The production capacity will be built up through 2024 and 2025, targeting an output capacity of up to 200 MW of fuel cells in 2025, increasing to 1.6 GW in 2030.

TECO 2030 is a Norwegian based clean tech company developing zero-emission technology for the maritime and heavy industry. We are developing PEM hydrogen fuel cell stacks and PEM hydrogen fuel cell modules, that enable ships and other heavy-duty applications to become emissions-free. The company is listed on Euronext Growth on Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker TECO. TECO 2030 is a spinoff from TECO Maritime Group, a group that has provided technology and services to the global shipping industry since 1994. For more information, please visit www.teco2030.no.

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(Lysaker, Norway, February 29th, 2024): TECO 2030 (OSE: TECO, OTC: TECFF, ISIN: NO0010887516) and Umoe Mandal successfully receives “approval of pre...

TECO 2030 and Yokogawa Take Partnership to the Next Stage with Delivery of One TECO Fuel Cell Stack

(Lysaker, Norway, February 28th 2024): TECO 2030 (OSE: TECO, ISIN: NO0010887516) announces that for the next step in its partnership with Yokogawa, the global industrial automation company, it will be delivering a TECO fuel cell stack of 100kW to the Yokogawa global headquarters in Tokyo before the end of Q1 2024.

Yokogawa has decades of experience in developing core measurement, control, and information technologies for the energy, chemical, and other process industries. Yokogawa intends to perform research and development with the fuel cell stack to enhance their product and software portfolio to better optimize the efficiency, technical specifications, and lifetime of the TECO 2030 fuel cell stacks and system.

“I am pleased that our strategic partnership with Yokogawa is evolving. We are sailing ahead with a partner who shares our commitment to reducing and eliminating the environmental impacts from the heavy-duty industry,” says Tore Enger, Group CEO TECO 2030. “I am very excited about what the future holds for our relationship,” Enger concludes.

Contacts

About TECO 2030 ASA

TECO 2030 is building up Europe's first Giga production facility of hydrogen PEM fuel cell stacks and modules in Narvik, Norway. The production capacity will be built up through 2024 and 2025, targeting an output capacity of up to 200 MW of fuel cells in 2025, increasing to 1.6 GW in 2030.

TECO 2030 is a Norwegian based clean tech company developing zero-emission technology for the maritime and heavy industry. We are developing PEM hydrogen fuel cell stacks and PEM hydrogen fuel cell modules, that enable ships and other heavy-duty applications to become emissions-free. The company is listed on Euronext Growth on Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker TECO. TECO 2030 is a spinoff from TECO Maritime Group, a group that has provided technology and services to the global shipping industry since 1994. For more information, please visit www.teco2030.no.

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(Lysaker, Norway, February 28th 2024): TECO 2030 (OSE: TECO, ISIN: NO0010887516) announces that for the next step in its partnership with Yokogawa, ...

TECO 2030 and Umoe Mandal submits fuel cell high-speed vessel design for approval in principle

(Lysaker, Norway, February 1st, 2024): TECO 2030 (OSE: TECO, OTCQX: TECFF, ISIN: NO0010887516) and Umoe Mandal has just delivered the documentation package to the Norwegian Maritime Authority for an approval in principle application of the World’s first fuel cell high-speed vessel design. The designed vessel is designed to be installed with a multimegawatt fuel cell system for full propulsion.

The ship will be constructed based on Umoe Mandal’s proven Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) Surface Effect Ship (SES) technology and with the air-cushion catamaran design it will offer low imprint on surrounding environment, even in challenging and vulnerable ocean conditions. CTVs are often used during the construction, maintenance, and operation of offshore wind farms. This specific vessel will be a passenger vessel and have a service speed of 35 knots, a range of minimum 160 nautical miles and carry 275 passengers.

This vessel design is expected to raise a tremendous amount of interest from the global maritime industry as they seek alternatives to transform away from fossil fuels, towards more sustainable fuels. The vessel design aims at being a first of its kind, a zero-emission high-speed passenger vessel sailing along the coast without emitting anything but warm air and water.

Once the vessel design and hydrogen propulsion plant has received the approval in principle, TECO 2030 and Umoe Mandal together with suppliers will continue the process of reaching Final Approval.

“It is a major accomplishment for us to announce our developed partnership with Umoe Mandal and submit all documentation to Norwegian Maritime Authority for an approval in principle on a ship designed for the future of zero emission maritime transportation. I am excited to continue to build on this design platform as we move forward together with our strong partner Umoe Mandal,” says Tore Enger, Group CEO TECO 2030. “This achievement demonstrates the industry's readiness to embrace commercial and public tenders for passenger vessels powered by hydrogen, thereby contributing to efforts to reduce and eliminate pollution in the maritime industry,” Enger concludes.

Contacts

About TECO 2030 ASA

TECO 2030 is building up Europe's first Giga production facility of hydrogen PEM fuel cell stacks and modules in Narvik, Norway. The production capacity will be built up through 2024 and 2025, targeting an output capacity of up to 200 MW of fuel cells in 2025, increasing to 1.6 GW in 2030.

TECO 2030 is a Norwegian based clean tech company developing zero-emission technology for the maritime and heavy industry. We are developing PEM hydrogen fuel cell stacks and PEM hydrogen fuel cell modules, that enable ships and other heavy-duty applications to become emissions-free. The company is listed on Euronext Growth on Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker TECO and in New York, OTCQX under the ticker TECFF. TECO 2030 is a spinoff from TECO Maritime Group, a group that has provided technology and services to the global shipping industry since 1994. For more information, please visit www.teco2030.no.

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(Lysaker, Norway, February 1st, 2024): TECO 2030 (OSE: TECO, OTCQX: TECFF, ISIN: NO0010887516) and Umoe Mandal has just delivered the documentation p...

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