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PowerCell launches Marine System 225, an evolution of marine fuel cell offering

PowerCell introduced the Marine System 225, a powerful, compact and advanced maritime power generation system that builds on the success of the Marine System 200. Designed with the extensively validated fuel cell stack platform, the Marine System 225 represents a significant upgrade for maritime applications.

Marine System 200 is a powerful yet compact fuel cell system with a net electric output of 200 kW operable at a wide range of hydrogen inlet pressures. With the possibility of operating at a very low inlet pressure the system is compatible with components enabling compatibility with future renewable fuels.

The system is developed for marine applications and can be connected in parallel for megawatt (MW) output. Marine System 200 offers high system efficiency.

PowerCell’s Marine System 200 set a benchmark in fuel cell systems for maritime applications, with, for example, the order from SEAM for Norwegian ferries that is the world’s largest hydrogen project to the shipping industry to date.

Leveraging the proven technology of its predecessor, the Marine System 225 offers enhanced power output and improved operational efficiency, while maintaining an industry-leading installation footprint.

This makes it an ideal solution for a wide range of marine vessels enabling easier installation and service. PowerCell says that it is currently on track to obtain Lloyd’s Register Type Approval, ensuring the product meets the highest standards of safety and performance, and offering a reliable, eco-friendly alternative to conventional systems.


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