Blue World Technologies’, Mads Friis Jensen, will be speaking about “Methanol for fuel cells” in the FASTWATER Webinar held by Lund University and the FASTWATER Consortium on 5 November 2020.
Blue World Technologies is a methanol fuel cell developer and manufacturer which has a large knowledge in using renewable methanol for their fuel cells and the large impact and benefits it has in the green energy transition throughout the world. CCO and Co-founder, Mads Friis Jensen, is known to speak at several conferences and webinars and will again share his knowledge and insight on methanol for fuel cells.
The FASTWATER Project
FASTWATER is a project that is launched from a consortium of Europe’s maritime and research technology leaders. The aim of the project is to create a fast track to clean and carbon-neutral waterborne transport. They will do so by using renewable methanol as a fuel. Methanol can both be used as fuel in internal combustion engines, gas turbines, and fuel cells.
The advisory board
Blue World Technologies is participating in the FASTWATER project as part of the advisory board. The company has large experience with methanol fuel cells and are also actively working towards making methanol as a marine fuel.
How much "green" methanol is being produced today, what can we expect 5 years from now?
What is the cost of carbon as a building block for renewable methanol, how can we capture it?
What are engine efficiencies and pollutant emission levels for methanol engines today?
What is the true potential of dedicated methanol-fuelled engines and fuel cells
What transport modes can be served with methanol?
What is the status concerning rules®ulations for methanol-powered transport?
How to register and the agenda for the webinar
If you would like to know more about the FASTWATER webinar, how to register, and the agenda for the webinar, please follow this link.
For more information regarding Blue World Technologies’ participation in The FASTWATER Webinar, please contact our Head of PR and Communication.