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TECO 2030 and Slåttland Group team up on emission reduction projects

TECO 2030 will work with the Slåttland Group in Norway to explore the potential for collaboration on initiatives such as hydrogen fuel cells and the production of large TECO Future Funnels

TECO 2030 is already involved in several zero-emission projects, including the Future Funnel marine emissions reduction system and stationary fuel cell concept, both currently under development with long-term partner AVL in Austria.

Earlier this month TECO 2030 also signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Netherlands-based Thecla Bodewes Shipyards which will see the partners develop zero emission hydrogen-based fuel cell propulsion on all types of river going vessels.

Slåttland operates in the offshore and marine, hydrogen and wind power, carbon capture, and energ sectors. It contributes its mechanical and technical expertise to the Deep Purple pilot project led by TecnipFMC, which develops green hydrogen offshore energy systems.  The group also has a production and engineering office in Vietnam.

“The wide range of complementary skills and needs between Slåttland and TECO 2030 make the companies natural partners. I am eager to see what we can achieve together,’ commented Tore Enger, CEO of TECO 2030 ASA.

Related reading: Teco 2030 and Thecla Bodewes Shipyards to develop zero-emission inland solutions

Lesley Bankes-Hughes

Lesley Bankes-Hughes