The system will be developed and delivered over three years; the total value of the contract for the period amounts to SEK 77 million (€6.9 million)
April 02, 2020. By News Bureau
PowerCell Sweden AB has announced that it has signed a contract with a leading European shipyard regarding the development and delivery of a megawatt marine fuel cell system. The system will be developed and delivered over three years; the total value of the contract for the period amounts to SEK 77 million (€6.9 million).
The contract comprises the development and delivery of a marine fuel cell system with a total power of approximately 3 MW.
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