A new zero-emissions ship will soon be hitting Norwegian waters – and AFC Energy’s hydrogen fuel cell and ammonia cracker technology has been selected to power the landmark vessel development.
Marking a milestone moment for both the UK-based business and the maritime industry, AFC Energy’s hydrogen fuel cell and ammonia cracker was today (Dec 1) awarded approval in principle (AiP) status for the ZeroCoaster ammonia fuelled cargo ship.
Although perhaps not the most commonly used technology for green transportation, AFC Energy’s alkaline fuel cell with ammonia cracker is set to open up a number of opportunities due to its ultra-high-power density which surpasses alternative technologies on the market today.
To find out more about the technology and AFC Energy’s involvement in the maritime industry, H2 View earlier caught up with Adam Bond, CEO of AFC Energy. “The hugely carbon intensive maritime industry is one of the major markets that is best placed to benefit from AFC Energy’s zero-emission power systems,” he said.
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