Applications

We have developed systems for both maritime and land-based applications, all based on our in-house developed engineering platform. Our competence is best expressed in our experience. 

The overview below shows a selection of applications of our systems.

In Rotterdam, passengers can board a water taxi running on hydrogen. It was the world’s first commercial boat of this scale to operate entirely on this zero-emission fuel. The hydrogen-water taxi was developed by the SWIM consortium.

Development and implementation of a scalable hydrogen fuel cell system for maritime applications.

This major Dutch partnership aims at building a hydrogen system for aircraft, completely green, from fuel to propulsion. The system will be scalable to larger aircraft.

TULIPS is a consortium with 29 airports, airlines, knowledge institutes and industrial partners aiming to develop innovations that facilitate the transition to low-carbon mobility and enhance sustainability at airports. One of the planned projects is the development of a HGPU (Hydrogen Ground Power Unit) by zepp.solutions.

Terberg Benschop B.V. and zepp.solutions B.V. joined forces for the development of a fuel cell yard tractor, the YT203-H2. The objective of this collaboration is the development, testing and demonstration of a hydrogen fuel cell yard tractor, optimized for the demanding operations of a conventional Terberg tractor.

Two Liebherr 916 Litronic wheeled excavators were outfitted with zepp.Y50 hydrogen fuel cell systems and hydrogen storage solutions.

Zepp.solutions will develop the hydrogen fuel cell system for a new training vessel for the STC Group. The 67 meter-long ship will be used for the practical training of students of maritime courses. The ‘Ab Initio’ is expected to enter service in September 2022.

Within the DreamH2aul project, zepp.solutions will develop a hydrogen fuel cell system with an extremely high power density. This system will be integrated into 2 semi-trucks that will carry enough hydrogen tanks for a range of at least 600 km. These trucks will refuel green hydrogen at a public filling station that will be realized within the project on the important North Sea-Baltic TEN-T Corridor.