Everfuel inks hydrogen supply agreement with undisclosed shipping company

Everfuel will plan, install and operate an optimised, scalable hydrogen fuelling solution for a brand-new zero emission ship which is expected to consume approximately 1,000kg of hydrogen per day.

The Denmark-based company today (8th April) said it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with an undisclosed German-Norwegian shipping company for the fuel supply.

“Today, ships are mainly propelled by maritime diesel engines, which are highly pollutant. A single large container ship or a passenger cruiser can emit as much sulphur emissions to the air as 50 million cars in a year,” explained Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of Everfuel.

“Switching to zero emission solutions will make a significant difference. We look forward to this cooperation on pioneering green shipping fuelled by hydrogen from Everfuel.”

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