Samsung and Bloom Energy partner on fuel cell ship production

Bloom Energy and Samsung Heavy Industries, part of the Samsung Group, have signed a joint development agreement to design and develop fuel cell-powered ships.

Through the agreement, the two companies hope to promote clean power for ships in order to form a more sustainable marine shipping industry.

“By signing this joint development agreement, Samsung has a plan to develop eco-friendly ships that will lead the future of the industry,” said Haeki Jang, Vice-President of Shipbuilding at Drilling Sales Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries.

Samsung Heavy Industries is actively participating in relevant activities to help build the the zero emission fuel cell ships. Whilst Bloom energy has created a dedicated cross-functional team of engineers for the project.

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