Teco 2030 and Slattland to cooperate on hydrogen and fuel cells
Teco 2030 ASA (a Norway company developing the technology to reduce shipping’s emissions) has partnered with Slattland Group (a Norway company offering mechanical solutions and process technology solutions) to explore cooperation possibilities in emission-reducing projects, such as hydrogen fuel cells offshore and onshore, manufacturing of large Teco Future Funnels, manufacturing plant, and hydrogen competence development.
Slattland operates in offshore and marine, hydrogen and wind power, carbon capture and energy industry. It has been provided solutions for 30 years and delivering mechanical and technical contributions to the pilot project Deep Purple, lead by TecnipFMC. The project develops green hydrogen offshore energy systems.
Tore Enger, CEO of Teco 2030 ASA said: “The wide range of complementary skills and needs between Slattland and Teco 2030 makes the companies natural partners. I am eager to see what we can achieve together.”
Marthe Haneborg, CEO of Slattland Group, added, “The strategic cooperation with Teco 2030 will enable us to expand our competence and manufacturing within world-class emission-reducing solutions.”