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“Water is the coal of the future. The energy of tomorrow is water that has been broken down by electricity. The elements of water broken down in this way elements of water, hydrogen and oxygen, will secure the earth’s energy supply secure the earth’s energy supply for the unforeseeable future.”

Quote from the author Jules Verne in “The Mysterious Island” (1870)

Some visionaries recognised the potential of hydrogen as an energy source early on. Its greatest advantage is that it can be available in unlimited quantities and produces no harmful emissions during consumption. Our aim is to realise sustainable transport solutions for the new energy carrier.

Innovation & Technology

HYTRA has succeeded in developing an innovative vessel design that leaves conventional LNG tanker designs long behind… So we have applied for patents to take the next step in climate change.

These liquid hydrogen tankers have an impressive 60,000 cubic metre capacity and offer the flexibility for further scalability if required, with the current size being sixty times larger than the current LH2 tanker.

The ships are characterised by their high efficiency and cost-effective transport capability and will therefore play a major role in the growth of the hydrogen market. We will be transporting hydrogen for around $0.76 per kg for our first project, setting us well ahead of current prices!

What does the future hold?

Our first projects are aimed at entering the bulk transport of LH2 to North America and Europe. This will reduce the current inflated price of hydrogen and thus provide decisive impetus for the further development of the introduction of hydrogen. In our future projects the price will drop even more…

About us

HYTRA UG was born out of the idea of actively contributing to decarbonization by supporting the new hydrogen economy.

Our mission is simple: we want to plan, organize and implement the large-scale transport of hydrogen.

Most people think mainly about the production and use of hydrogen, but not about transportation. Many people may think this is simple, but it is not. Hydrogen is light and takes up a large volume for a small mass. So someone has to come up with clever solutions for transportation.

This is, what we exactly do now.