Lloyd’s Register EMEA

Organisation acronym



Germany/United Kingdom

WP contribution

WP 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8



Brief description of the Partner 

Lloyd's Register EMEA (LR) is part of the Lloyd’s Register Group, a global independent risk management and safety assurance organisation that works to enhance safety and to approve assets and systems at sea, on land and in the air. As a classification society, the main work of the Lloyd’s Register Marine branch is on classification (based on its own rules) and statutory (as a recognized organization) during the design, construction and operation of ships. Lloyd’s Register works closely with other regulatory bodies, either international (e.g. IMO, ISO, IACS), transnational (e.g. EU) or at national level (member states).

Role in the Project

In NAUTILUS project, Lloyd’s Register contributes in terms of both technical rules and regulatory requirements. Together with the project partners, LR will review and verify the proposed fuel cell system arrangements. For selected passenger ship concepts the integration concepts and the interfaces with on-board pumping and piping as well as power generation and power supply will be assessed. The applicable safety codes and regulations will form part of the individual analysis. Through it’s participating offices Lloyd’s Register will present key findings to the marine industry and thus disseminate the results from project NAUTILUS.