PowerCell enters final negotiations for hydrogen fuel cell marine project

PowerCell has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to negotiate final terms concerning a marine hydrogen fuel cell project.

The Sweden-based company is in the final negotiations of what it says is ‘one of the world’s largest’ hydrogen fuel cell projects in the marine industry.

The project in Norway is headed by Norwegian electrical integrator SEAM and comprises two ferries for passengers and cargo transport which will be powered by hydrogen used in fuel cells.

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