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PPRC pleased to be working on the NI Green Seas Project

PPRC pleased to be working on the NI Green Seas Project and playing a role in the development of Belfast Foiling Ferries.

The Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC) at Queen’s University is looking forward to their involvement in the Green Maritime consortium - ‘NI Green Sea’s’ R&D project where we will be carrying out work on the development of hydrogen storage solutions (PPRC), digital twin manufacturing optimisation (NITC) and energy requirements/capacity determination (SMAE).

Speaking ahead of the start of the project, AMIC Senior Technology Manager and PPRC Rotational Moulding Manager, Mark Kearns, said ‘We look forward to utilising a range of expertise within AMIC and working directly with Artemis, Power NI, Belfast Harbour and the wider consortium members on this important marine decarbonisation project’.   

For further information on the Consortium’s exciting ambition to launch the world’s most advanced high-speed zero-emission passenger ferry visit Zero-Emission Maritime Technology, Belfast Maritime Consortium.