OCEAN LITERACY

 

JVH2: Jules Verne Hydrogen Trophy - World Challenge

 

EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SPORTING AWARENESS EVENT

 

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It was Jules Verne, who in 1874, first proposed water as an energy source, in The Mysterious Island. If we move quickly enough, we could mount a World Hydrogen Challenge on the 150th anniversary of his prediction, in 2024 - with the world's fastest & largest hydrogen ship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Set against the background of a quickly warming planet, the world seeks Net Zero solutions for waterborne transport, to conserve our oceans. We want to let your children know more about the world they live in, but never experience: inner-space - the underwater realm.

 

You can help us make that happen, by supporting our expedition.

 

 

 

 

 

Solar & Hydrogen powered ship, zero emission ZEWT Elizabeth Swann, Design Copyright

 

 

A RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK: Net Zero is the name of the game, as policy makers scramble to transition to renewables.

 

 

 

 

As a JVH2 competitor, the Elizabeth Swann will provide live feeds to the media and public, and data sharing of the attempt to circle the globe in under 80 days, competing for a Trophy and the title, alongside a genuinely scientific expedition.

 

We will also include webcams at the helm and galley positions, so that those following the expedition might enjoy watching the crew in action, interacting and enjoying meals. It may be possible to remotely monitor the health of the crew.

 

You will be able to see the weather and the wild life in the oceans ahead of the Formula Hydrogen powered trimaran, streamed live, as part of a scientific and educational tour of the world, in true Phileas Fogg fashion.

 

 

 

 

 

JVH2: Jules Verne Hydrogen Trophy - World Challenge

 

 

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  THE ELIZABETH SWANN PROJECT IS AN OCEAN AWARENESS PROJECT: A WORLD HYDROGEN CHALLENGER

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