Partnership seeks to increase lifespan of fuel cells for maritime application by 200%

It was revealed today (June 22), Echandia and Toshiba are set to deepen their collaboration to focus on the development of fuel-cell battery technology, bringing the maritime sector closer to introducing hydrogen.

The companies say their objectives are to increase the lifespan of a typical fuel cell by at least 200%, with focuses on safety and durability.

With demand for electrified deep-sea and large vessels continuing to build, heavy-duty and durable fuel cell solutions are increasingly an important component in the decarbonisation of maritime transportation sector.

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