Alma Clean Power, a Norwegian leading provider of clean energy solutions, has announced that its marine fuel cell system has been awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) by DNV, a leading classification society for the maritime industry.
Bernt Skeie, CEO of Alma Clean Power, presented the company’s marine fuel cell system at the Singapore Norway Innovation Conference (SNIC) on November 29th 2022.
In his speech, Skeie highlighted the potential of fuel cells to transform the maritime industry and reduce its environmental footprint. He also discussed the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the development and deployment of fuel cell systems on marine vessels.
The marine fuel cell system developed by Alma Clean Power produces zero emissions, making it a clean energy solution that can help reduce the environmental impact of the maritime sector.
Additionally, the marine fuel cell system is expected to improve fuel efficiency and reduce operational costs for ship owners and operators.
We are excited to share Bernt Skeie’s speech at the Singapore Norway Innovation Conference (SNIC) to provide insight into the potential of fuel cells and the role they can play in creating a more sustainable future for the maritime industry.
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