PowerCell technology to power Norwegian maritime project

Norwegian research and development (R&D) company Prototech AS is looking to decarbonise the maritime industry with hydrogen fuel cells.

The news comes as PowerCell Sweden yesterday (11th March) announced that it has received an order from the company for its 185kW marine fuel cell high-power module.

Due to be delivered in the fourth quarter, the module will be integrated as part of state-of-the-art testing infrastructure for sustainable marine power solutions and future fuels, within the Sustainable Energy Catapult Centre at Stord, south of Bergen.

Prototech, together with key industry partners, will use the module in various development projects to test and demonstrate how fuel cell-based power solutions can be used in the development of zero emission solutions for the marine segment.

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