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Fuel cells are widely considered as one of the most promising solutions for reducing harmful pollutants. Already today, fuel cells can power ships over short distances, and progress is being made to make this technology capable of powering large ocean-going vessels.
Join the conversation with ABB and Ballard Power Systems to find out more on the progress on developing the marine fuel cell as an energy source for ships.
THE WEBINAR WILL COVER:
Jostein has been in the marine industry for over two decades, with experience ranging the areas of ship automation, navigation and propulsion to business development and R&D. At ABB Marine & Ports, Jostein’s main focus area is fuel cells and energy storage solutions for ships, and he is passionate about fuel cells scaling up to be a feasible power source for a variety of vessel types, including large, ocean-going vessels.
Dennis Jensen, M. Sc.
VP of technology, Ballard Power Systems
Dennis Jensen joined Ballard Europe as VP of Technology in May 2018. Mr. Jensen heads the technology activities for Ballard Europe and has many years of experience in leading successful technology development and bringing innovative products and solutions to the market at international level.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
12 PM (GMT)
Free of charge
Vessel Owners/Vessel Operators
Integration, Installation partners
Government and regional stakeholders
Read more about our Fuel Cell offerings here.
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