H2 Logic gains order to supply fuel cell system for Icelandic ship project  

2007.06.21
H2 Logic, a Danish developer of hydrogen fuel cell power solutions, has gained an order to supply a fuel cell based auxiliary power unit for an Icelandic ship
H2 Logic, a Danish developer of hydrogen fuel cell power solutions, has gained an order to supply a fuel cell based auxiliary power unit (APU) for an Icelandic ship. The project is part of SMART-H2, a DKK 20 m (USD 3.6 m) demonstration project, which is a continuation of previous years' successful hydrogen activities in Iceland.
 
The ship project, headed by Icelandic New Energy, comprises demonstration and testing of a fuel cell used as an APU. Power on board the ship is currently supplied from generators run by diesel engines. When the ship is not under way, the engines are run at low speed to safeguard the electricity supply, a practice which is expensive, inefficient, noisy and polluting. The aim is to use H2 Logic's fuel cell system to supply the power instead.
 
H2 Logic writes in a press release that the order will put the company in a strong position to win further orders for fuel cell systems for transport projects in Iceland.
 
In December, H2 Logic successfully bid to supply fuel cell systems for Think Hydrogen city cars, which are set to operate on a demonstration basis in Scandinavia. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.
 
Link > H2 Logic 

Next step

Explore business cases

Please contact me

Name
Company
E-mail
Phone
How can we help you?

IDK
We use cookies to make the website perform optimally. You accept cookies by closing the box or continuing to use the website. Click here to read more about cookies. ×