Within the SH2IPDRIVE consortium project the following partners are working together:

We are privileged to lead and support all parties of this consortium in building a world-class maritime hydrogen ecosystem.


Contemporary view on zero emission shipping.


Van Dam Shipping is working on development of a Zero Emission Short Sea vessel. This project will add to our knowledge and experience, leading to an emission free new build vessel for Tata Steel.


Defense Materiel Organization


Our mission is to be a partner of SH2IPDRIVE focusing on the delivery of a liquid hydrogen tank and so to accelerate the introduction of liquid hydrogen as a main fuel in the maritime market.


H2 Circular Fuel will build the safest hydrogen storage possible, based on the fully circular H2Fuel system of storing it in a non-explosive powder, with the energy density comparable to diesel, under ambient pressure and release it on demand to produce energy.


H2Fuel has the technology which allows NaBH4, a non-explosive solid hydrogen carrier, to become the future energy source.

H2storage develops lightweight composite high pressure cylinders that are not only safe, but also produced from recyclable material. In the SHIP2DRIVE consortium, our role is the realization of the storage of the H2.


The development and production of large cylinders and the execution of complex projects in Marine & Offshore, Civil Engineering, Motion & Research Technology and Renewable Energy.


We are Harborn, a digital agency that drives growth by connecting data, technology and human interaction.


Develop and integrate future energy systems for decarbonized drive trains applied to maritime propulsion.


To contribute to the development of system integration models for the optimisation of the low emission power, propulsion and energy management systems


Nedstack will develop a new generation of maritime LT-PEM fuel cell technology.


Rivermaas B.V.


Creating the maritime future.


Engineering excellence for containerized hydrogen fuel cell integrated solutions.


We're working with our customers and partners to develop hydrogen shipping and bunkering solutions to help the maritime sector become net-zero by 2050

In the SH2IPDRIVE project, Mana Engineering, together with Royal Roos, will develop a 300 kW containerized solution using the hydrogen carrier technologies developed in the project.


TNO carries out mechanical and environmental tests for fuel cells, and it leads research into the safety of bunkering, storage and distribution of hydrogen onboard.

TU Delft will deliver the fundamental knowledge on hydrogen and hydrogen carriers to make the maritime storage and integration of this zero emission fuel work.

At Eindhoven University of Technology, we will focus on Platinum group metal free catalysts for PEMFC within the SH2IPDRIVE project.


Mission in the project: To develop an efficient technology for converting the low-temperature heat of a fuel cell into usable energy.

Mission in the project: To develop an efficient technology for converting the low-temperature heat of a fuel cell into usable energy.

The University of Amsterdam is involved in the work package 'Hydrogen carriers', where in particular the group of Chris Slootweg will conduct research into the development of various circular hydrogen carriers in collaboration Voyex and H2fuel.

Integrate Voyex LOHC technology on board of a maritime application to demonstrate that LOHC is a viable alternative fuel for maritime applications.