Our green world news - Future Fuel Test Center - coverage on NRK television
Yesterday's opening of the new test center with Erna Solberg in the lead received good review on NRK.
Photo: Norways Prime Minister Erna Solberg together with Bernt Skeie (Prototech), Willie Wågen (Sustainable Energy catapult centre), Magnar Aaland (Alltec Services), Svein Arild Tveten (Future Energy Solutions), Paul Atherton (The Switch) and Hege Økland (NCE Maritime CleanTech).
See the tv-report here (6min into the broadcast).
Other coverages/ information of the test center:
Exciting times - exciting opportunities! Prototech is partner in launching a green world news! The Future Fuel Test Center.
New and flexible fuel cell technology can reduce emissions from shipping by 40 to 100%.
M/Y “Che Guevara”, previously owned by Gaddafi, will be converted to run on hydrogen. Greenstat will lead the project and are seeking partners.
Teknisk Ukeblad tells the story. The story about the fuel cell concept that delivers 32 megawatts from fuel cells running on natural gas and hydrogen. A technology developed by CMR Prototech in cooperation with Statoil and Shell.
ShipFC consortium project gets €10m fund injection to deliver world’s first high-power fuel-cell to be powered by green ammonia.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has awarded Prototech AS - a NORCE company - a contract for HERACLES development in the European Exploration Envelope Program (ExPeRT). Air Liquide Advanced Technologies and Airbus Defence and Space are subcontractors.