“The public pressure on getting ships cleaner has been significantly increasing over the last decade. That is particularly noticeable for passenger shipping,” Ragnar Christenson, Project Manager of Research & Innovation at Meyer Werft told f-cell attendees this afternoon.
“That is the reason why MEYER WERFT, together with a consortium of partners has been looking into the topic of fuel cells, new fuels and alternative energy production for over a decade.”
Speaking as part of the Ships session this afternoon, Christenson told attendees what the German shipbuilding company is doing to help decarbonise the maritime sector, with a focus on two projects.
“The goal of our two projected, called RiverCell and Pa-X-ell, is on one hand to make fuel cells sea-worthy, but to also make use of the novel possibilities that fuel cells offer,” he said.
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