Maersk center and Svitzer will work to convert green fuel into electricity

Alfa Laval, Svitzer and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller's Center for Zero Carbon are part of a new partnership with the Technical University of Denmark to develop a cell that can transform green fuel into electricity.

Photo: Katinka Hustad

Ammonia, hydrogen and bio-methane will all be explored as part of a new partnership working to reduce shipping's carbon emissions by 2050.

The goal is to develop a fuel cell, a so-called SOFC, which can use green fuels to create electricity.

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