How to solve shipping's greenhouse gas problem? The solution could be a multifuel fuel cell
A multifuel fuel cell that can convert several types of fuel or energy carriers into zero-emission energy can solve many challenges.
We are developing this along with several partners* and the fuel cell will eventually be tested with everything from natural gas and biogas, to ammonia and hydrogen.
Teknisk ukeblad had a good article about the project, see link here (in Norwegian).
*Main partners in the project are Odfjell, Wärtsilä, Lundin Energy Norway and Prototech.
Container med brenselcelle om bord på et Odfjell kjemikalieskip
Container med brenselcelle og CO₂-fangst (CHEOP CC) skal først testes på Sustainable Energy katapultsenter på Stord før det skal om bord på et kjemikalieskip.
New and flexible fuel cell technology can reduce emissions from shipping by 40 to 100%.
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Yesterday's opening of the new test center with Erna Solberg in the lead received good review on NRK.
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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.