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TECO 2030, AVL progress with marine fuel cell development

TECO 2030, AVL progress with marine fuel cell development

TECO 2030 and AVL List have successfully completed the feasibility and concept study for new marine fuel cells, and will now move onto the new stage of development.

The partnership today (26th March) confirmed the news, marking good progress on its fuel cell development roadmap to help cut carbon emissions in shipping and comply with climate goals.

Commenting on the progress, Tore Enger, CEO at TECO 2030, said, “TECO 2030’s marine fuel cell development is going according to plan and has been tested with remarkable results.”

“We are now moving into the next phase together with our Austrian partner AVL. Here, we will develop the stack to the highest marine standard and for dedicated use onboard a ship.”

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