Ships powered by solid oxide fuel cells
Bloom Energy and Samsung Heavy Industries announced a collaboration to design and develop ships powered by Bloom Energy's solid oxide fuel cell technology.
Industrial scale manufacturing lines for energy storage solutions
Comau has been commissioned to build one of the world's first automated manufacturing lines for lithium-ion battery modules for transport applications by Leclanché, one of the world's leading providers of energy storage solutions.
Vortex Energy enters into a definitive agreement
Vortex Energy enters into a definitive agreement with institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management to sell its 49% stake in a 998 MW pan-European wind energy portfolio.
Norway commissions zero-emission high speed ferry
Hyon AS has been awarded grants under the PILOT-E scheme for the development and realization of two maritime projects; a high-speed ferry and a short-sea freighter. The ambitions of both projects are to realize zero-emission propulsion via fuel cells using cost-efficient hydrogen produced from electrolysis based on renewable energy.
Rolls-Royce launches new battery system for ships
Rolls-Royce is launching a lithium-ion based energy storage system for ships. The gain for the ship owners is a clean, safe and cost-efficient complete system.
Diesel doesn't float this boat
Marine research could soon be possible without the risk of polluting either the air or the ocean. It's thanks to a new ship design and feasibility study.
New collaboration developing a flexible, smart energy network
Researchers from Imperial College London are part of a new project, FUSION, to help customers save money and reduce the UK's carbon emissions.
Valence receives DNV-GL marine type approval
Valence Technology has received DNV-GL marine certification for its U-Charge XP batteries and battery management system. They are the first Lithium battery supplier to gain accreditation through the new combined DNV-GL body.