New scrubber system could provide massive savings on fuel

A small Danish startup has developed a system which not only cleanses the ship's polluted water from scrubber systems but also converts the water into new energy. The system could provide shipowners with huge savings, the founder tells ShippingWatch.

DFDS is a collaborative partner on the new project. | Photo: Gøteborg Havn

One extra installation on the scrubbers of vessels could mean massive savings on fuel expenses for shipowners.

The infant company Gas2Green, headed by three students, has created the technology which in May took the first place in the Danish Championship in Entrepreneurship.

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