SUNFIRE SUPPLIES THYSSENKRUPP MARINE SYSTEMS WITH 50 KW SOFC

Ship-Integrated Fuel Cell project reaches milestone thanks to close cooperation between ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems and sunfire Project targets reduction in fuel consumption and emissions Commissioning on land to occur before end of 2015; test operation at sea planned in 2016 Dresden, 05.10.2015. The delivery of an initial sunfire high-temperature solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) to ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems represents the achievement of an important milestone for the Ship-Integrated Fuel Cell project (SchiBZ). ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (as consortium leader) and sunfire have been working together on the e4ships beacon project –…

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Sunfire uses renewable energy to produce carbon neutral diesel

German startup has found a way to produce diesel that serves as a clean fuel A startup in Germany called Sunfire has developed a way to produce carbon neutral diesel using renewable energy, carbon dioxide, and water. The company has built a facility in Germany through a partnership with automaker Audi. The facility is home to the technology that makes this process possible, which leverages the power of electrolysis. Carbon neutral diesel could be a useful resource for those interested in clean transportation, especially as automakers seek to distance themselves…

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