The Green Deal and Fit for 55 regulation frameworks are pushing the 2030 and 2050 deadlines closer.
Time, lack of clarity in regulations and a constantly changing landscape of new fuels and technologies are making decarbonization the most important priority and a crucial opportunity for Shipowners.
Ecospray is continuously working on decarbonization, following different ways:
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 new laboratory is focused on the development of molten carbonate fuel cells, a technology that allows the capture of carbon while producing energy, hence considered strategic in the context of the energy transition, precisely for its ability to capture CO2 from exhaust fumes and generate clean energy.
CapLab is the laboratory dedicated to the development of new technologies to promote decarbonization and energy transition, established jointly by Ecospray and the University of Genoa.
The technology in the R&D phase at CapLab allows, through fuel cells and electrolyzers, to capture the CO2 emitted from other processes and, as a secondary benefit, to produce energy, effectively promoting the transition to a CO2-free future.
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