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Zero Emission Industries’ ZEP 250 is the world’s first turnkey hydrogen fuel cell plug-and-play powertrain. This system takes learnings from its predecessor, the US Coast Guard approved Sea Change powertrain (pictured left), and achieves superior output in a lighter, more compact form at reduced equipment and operating costs. The ZEP 250 utilizes novel safety designs to ensure regulatory acceptance and maximize operational safety.
• Simplified system connections for quick installation
• Flexible and modularized design
• Scalable from single 250kW system to multi-megawatt
• Simplified and predictive maintenance for reduced operating costs
• Remote monitoring and diagnostic capabilities
• Software and data logging
• No hydrogen expertise required
• Explosive atmosphere prevention
• Continuous monitoring and automatic hardware shutoff at 25% LFL
• Short circuit protection
• Fully marinized
• Produces pure water for drinking
• Fully integratable with ZEI’s IMO-compliant, USCG-approved fueling system
Crew Transfer Vessels
Planned for Class Approval
DNV-GL, Lloyds, Bureau Veritas, and/or ClassNK
Electronics approved and tested to IEC 60079 standards
Vibration and Shock
Pitch and Roll
+/- 30 degrees
ASME B31.12, CGA G-5.5
EC79 or UN/ECE R134
EC79, UN/ECE R134, and/or HGV-2
Fuel cells can be scaled up/down depending allowing for a wide range of use on various vessel types and operation needs.
Fuel Cells are Solid State and the rest of the power train has few moving parts resulting in a system that is significantly more reliable than today's internal combustion engines.
Fuel cell systems reduce operational and maintenance cost by 20% to 50% through
Hydrogen has the same operational flexibility that current vessel experience with traditional fuels.
A fuel cell power train can be distributed across the vessel removing the need for an "engine room" and allowing for unique and fully redesigned vessel layouts.
An electrified system like a fuel cell allows for remote monitoring and real time operational intelligence.