MARINE and offshore engineering group Sembcorp Marine and high-speed craft builder Penguin International are working with Shell to trial the maiden use of hydrogen fuel cells for ships in Singapore, the oil major said on Wednesday.
In a statement, Shell said its analysis points to hydrogen with fuel cells as “the zero-emissions technology which has the greatest potential to help the shipping sector achieve net-zero emissions by 2050”.
“If successful, this collaboration could help pave the way for cleaner, hydrogen-powered shipping,” it said.
The trial involves the development and installation of an auxiliary power unit proton exchange membrane fuel cell on an existing roll-on/roll-off vessel that transports goods, vehicles and equipment between the mainland and Shell’s Pulau Bukom manufacturing site.
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