Ecospray has mapped out a path towards the decarbonization of the Marine sector, with remarkable technologies and innovative approaches to achieving the IMO 2050 zero emissions target.
The new generation of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC) combine high efficiency clean power generation and carbon capture in the same equipment. Other advantages of such solutions are negligible pollution and low maintenance as there are no moving parts in the fuel cell.
This technology can be also integrated with other Ecospray environmental solutions such as DeSOx, particle filters, and oxidation catalysts. Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells can be powered by methane (LNG, bio-LNG), hydrogen, ammonia, syngas and other fuels providing the reforming/cracking externally or directly inside the cell.
The CapLab laboratory was established jointly by Ecospray and the Department of Civil, Chemical and Environmental Engineering of the University of Genoa with the aim of developing electrochemical cells for CO2 capture, the production of energy and the promotion of the hydrogen carrier.
The CapLab will be opened in the coming months (in late spring) in Genoa, in the touristic port area.
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