1. Port Of Honolulu Will Soon Be Home To State-Of-The-Art Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology

    Port Of Honolulu Will Soon Be Home To State-Of-The-Art Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology

    The Port of Honolulu will soon be home a state-of-the-art hydrogen fuel cell auxiliary power system — providing clean low-emissions power to docked and/or anchored ships. The current plan — which follows up on last year’s pre-pilot study and analysis — is for a highly portable, self-contained hydrogen fuel cell unit to be deployed to the dock in 2015. The fuel cell unit will be able to provide power whether floating on a barge or sitting on a dock, and will be easily transportable to wherever power is needed.

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    1. No one has ever built this kind of custom unit for this purpose.
    2. We compared the efficiencies of their diesel engines versus fuel cells, studied the energy efficiencies at various power levels and estimated the savings and reductions in emissions that would be realized if they were to convert to a fuel cell-powered operation.
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