f-cell: The growing demand for cleaner shipping

“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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