Tag: <span>Fuel Cell Technology</span>

Odfjell pilots new fuel cell solution
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Odfjell pilots new fuel cell solution

A new fuel cell project run by partners from shipping, R&D, and oil & gas will see a pilot system that can use different types of fuel tested at the Sustainable Energy catapult centre in Norway before installation onboard one of Odfjell’s newest chemical tankers for a trial period. The new technology opens for many...

Flow batteries viable and cost effective for ships, finds feasibility study
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Flow batteries viable and cost effective for ships, finds feasibility study

Findings from a 6-month feasibility study have demonstrated that flow batteries, which store energy in fluid electrolytes, could offer a more cost effective and flexible solution to reducing emissions from ships when compared with conventional solid batteries. The Shore Power for Shipping (SPIDS) project was conducted by Swanbarton and Marine South East, with funding from...

Toyota develops fuel cell system for maritime applications
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Toyota develops fuel cell system for maritime applications

Toyota, official partner of the energy-autonomous hydrogen vessel Energy Observer has developed a fuel cell system for maritime applications, with its first delivery destined for Energy Observer. Embarking in June 2017 from Saint-Malo Port in France, Energy Observer is an electrically propelled vessel of the future that is operated using a mix of renewable energies...

Sweden electrifies shipping
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Sweden electrifies shipping

Sweden is driving its sustainable shipping agenda as a new cooperation agreement between the Swedish                    Shipowners´ Association, ABB Sweden, ABB Marine, Stena AB, research institute RISE and battery company Northvolt, promises to develop a climate-smart future through the electrification of shipping. The companies have agreed to...