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.

Within the DreamH2aul project, 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.

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.

Terberg Benschop B.V. and 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.

In 2021, passengers can board a Rotterdam water taxi running on hydrogen. It will be the world’s first time on this scale that a commercial boat comes into operation running entirely on this zero-emission fuel. The hydrogen-water taxi is being developed by the SWIM consortium.

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

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