Sweden aims to have a fossil-independent vehicle fleet in 2030, fossil-free power generation in 2040 and a climate neutral society in 2045. Against this background, interest in electrolysis and renewable hydrogen (H 2 ) is increasing rapidly.
PowerCell Sweden and Siemens will present their plans for a fuel cell-based system that can be integrated into ships such as ferries, yachts and cruise ships next week at the international maritime trade fair SMM in Germany.
PowerCell Sweden has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with German industrial group Siemens AG to jointly develop a fuel cell-based system that can be integrated into ships such as ferries, yachts and cruise ships.
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