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GE to develop hydrogen fuel cells for cruiseships

Demands for shipping to tackle emissions are publicly supported by businesses. But shipowners will not get there alone and there is a growing expectation that fuel providers will power that change. GE and Nedstack are jumping on that wave to bring hydrogen fuel cell technology to the cruise sector

GE is linking up with fuel cell specialist Nedstack to power zero-emission passenger ships, with a long-term eye on replacing traditional diesel engines with fuel cells, and heavy fuel oil with hydrogen

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