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Everfuel signs MoU to supply hydrogen for zero-emission shipping

Hydrogen company Everfuel has entered a Memorandum of Understanding with an unnamed Norwegian-German shipping company to supply zero-emission hydrogen for the company's vessels from 2023. The fuel will be supplied from a hydrogen plant in Denmark.

Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of Everfuel, second from the left. Foto: PR | Photo: Everfuel

Stock-listed hydrogen company Everfuel has entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an unnamed Norwegian-German carrier to supply zero-emission hydrogen to the carrier's vessels from 2023, states Everfuel in a press release.

Denmark-based Everfuel and the Norwegian-German carrier are working on technical and commercial details of the project, with the goal of establishing a permanent agreement on long-term delivery of hydrogen to the Norwegian-German carrier.

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