South Korean clean energy company Doosan Fuel Cell (Doosan) has reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Singapore-based shipping management services company Navig8 Group (Navig8) to jointly develop fuel cells to power ships.
As part of the MoU, Doosan will install a Korean-type solid oxide fuel cell system (SOFCs) currently under development onto a 50,000-tonne petrochemical product carrier managed by Navig8 to trial the performance of the fuel cells as a source of maritime power.
Navig8 will review the structural design of the SOFC vessel and provide technical support with classification society Korean Register, along with other relevant agencies.
Photo credit: Doosan Fuel Cell
Published: 13 November, 2020
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