CMB.TECH is a cleantech company that builds, owns, operates & designs large marine and industrial applications that run on hydrogen and ammonia. CMB.TECH also offers hydrogen and ammonia fuel to its customers, either through own production or by sourcing it from third party producers. CMB.TECH has 4 Divisions:
MARINE: Design, building and operation of a future proof fleet powered by hydrogen and ammonia. ENGINEERING: A fast growing highly skilled engineering team with over 15 years of experience with hydrogen systems. H2 INFRA: Technology and infrastructure to produce and distribute the clean fuels of the future. INDUSTRY: Design and retrofit of industrial applications to run on the clean fuel of hydrogen.
Ballard Marine Center of Excellence in Denmark is dedicated to engineering, manufacturing and servicing fuel cell applications. Ballard is actively involved in projects including megawatt-scale marine power solutions with ABB, development of HySeas III the world’s first sea-going renewables-powered car and passenger ferry. Also participation in European H2PORTS project and Flagships project to demonstrate fuel cell powered ferries and barges.
The University of Nottingham is a top 100 ranked worldwide University that provides exceptional research-led education. It is a member of the Russell Group, offering Undergraduate, Postgraduate and research opportunities. The Faculty of Engineering focusses on developing impactful research across all 22 research centres and institutes. From buildings, infrastructure and transportation to innovative technology.
Lloyd’s Register is a global professional services company specialising in engineering and technology for the maritime industry. Lloyd’s Register are the world’s first marine classification society, created more than 260 years ago to improve the safety of ships. Technical expertise is offered in more than 70 locations, serving clients based in 182 countries. Lloyd’s Register is a leading provider of classification and compliance services to the marine and offshore industries.
British Marine members come from 4,200 businesses in the UK leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine markets. The turnover of those markets is worth around £2.8 billion. British Marine work with members to achieve sustainable growth in a competitive global environment through the provision of world-class goods and services.
RIB and HSC brings together specialist boats, equipment and new technology for professional marine organisations worldwide. This unique online resource is used by military, coastguard, police, search & rescue and professional organisations operating Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) and High Speed Craft (HSC).