$4.85 million in grants for Marine Highway projects; New feasibility study released on hydrogen fuel cell ferry

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$4.85 million in grants for Marine Highway projects
October 27, 2016 — The U.S. Maritime Administration has awarded grants for six Marine Highway projects, including a new Container-on-Barge service that would connect New Orleans, Minneapolis and Chicago, and a new commuter ferry for Washington, DC.


New feasibility study released on hydrogen fuel cell ferry
The study examines the technical, regulatory, and economic viability of a high-speed passenger ferry powered solely by hydrogen fuel cells and its associated fueling infrastructure in the San Francisco Bay.

New partnership between Northern Lights, HUG
This new partnership will allow customers to purchase Northern Lights’ line of marine generator sets and HUG’s SCR systems or DPF systems as one completely integrated solution.
NY acreage offered for offshore wind development
BOEM Director Abigail Ross Hopper has announced that 79,350 acres offshore New York will be offered in a December 15 commercial wind lease sale.

Singapore flag approves Wartsila EGC systems
The Wärtsilä EGC systems have been ordered for two new RoRo vessels owned by a Japanese shipowner and currently operated by Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics.

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