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A long haul race

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Friday 7th July 2023. The third day of racing at the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge was all about endurance. A three nautical mile course set out in Monaco’s bay was the perfect opportunity for the 40+ teams from 25 nations to see how many laps their boat could achieve in a set time. A treat for the public who crowded onto the stand set up on Quai Luciana.

At the crossroads

people gathered for the third day conference

The 4th Monaco Hydrogen Group Round Table took place on Friday 7th July during the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge, supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Energy Transition Mission. The entire ecosystem – from public authorities and classification bodies to generator developers and engine manufacturers, naval architects and shipyards – came together with one objective to ensure hydrogen plays its rightful role in decarbonising the marine sector, whatever the solutions adopted, which are many!

Hydrogen: opening up a raft of possibilities

Third day of the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge saw endurance events and speed records providing a spectacle at sea, while ashore a panel of experts gathered for the 3rd Monaco Hydrogen Working Group Round Table to discuss ‘Unlocking hydrogen barriers in the maritime sector: port regulations & economic viability of projects’. It was organised with Monaco’s Energy Transition Mission, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Yacht Club de Monaco.

Debates led by experts

Friday 8th July is the date for the 3rd Monaco Hydrogen Working Group Round Table, this year entitled ‘Unlocking hydrogen barriers in the maritime sector: port regulations & economic viability of projects’. Organised in partnership with Monaco’s Energy Transition Mission and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, it’s an opportunity for Monegasque, French and international government players and institutions, together with hydrogen developers, to take stock of progress and discuss regulation of hydrogen projects in the maritime sector (by invitation).

Paddocks and exhibitors village: progress explained and innovations in action

people gathered for the third day conference

The 4th Monaco Hydrogen Group Round Table took place on Friday 7th July during the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge, supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Energy Transition Mission. The entire ecosystem – from public authorities and classification bodies to generator developers and engine manufacturers, naval architects and shipyards – came together with one objective to ensure hydrogen plays its rightful role in decarbonising the marine sector, whatever the solutions adopted, which are many!