Doosan to develop marine fuel cell system based on Ceres SOFC technology

Doosan Fuel Cell has today (10th Nov) announced plans to develop a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system for marine propulsion and power generation, based on Ceres Power Holdings’ SOFC stack technology.

The South Korean manufacturer has signed an agreement for the joint development of the system with Navig8, a major shipping firm headquartered in Singapore.

Doosan said it will install a SOFC power and propulsion system in a 50,000-tonne chemical tanker owned by Navig8 for as a pilot program for commercialisation.

Today’s announcement further strengthens Ceres and Doosan’s strategic collaboration revealed in July 2019.

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