CCS, Accelleron inked a strategic cooperation framework agreement

CCS, Accelleron inked a strategic cooperation framework agreement

CCS has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Accelleron Industries (Accelleron).

CCS, Accelleron China, and CSSC Power (Group) Corporation Ltd. (CPGC) jointly signed the cooperation intention.

At the signing ceremony, CCS also issued the ship and offshore engineering industry block chain data sharing alliance certificate (i.e. CSBC Data Sharing Alliance Certificate) and the proof of energy efficiency data exchange adaptation to Accelleron.

According to the strategic cooperation agreement, CCS and Accelleron will establish a long-term cooperative relationship in products R&D, products inspection, condition-based maintenance of marine equipment, and development of green fuels for marine power.

The relationship will also focus on upgrading and renovation of existing marine methanol and ammonia fueled engines, and other energy efficiency improvement solutions, application of solid-state fuel cells and 3D printing technology in ships, as well as in ship digitisation, etc.

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Under the witness of CCS President Sun Feng and Accelleron CEO Daniel Bischofberger, CCS issued the CSBC data sharing alliance certificate to Accelleron.

Accelleron system can reportedly transmit ship energy efficiency data to CCS ship green ecological comprehensive management system through the CSBC data sharing chain. In addition, CCS also issued the proof of energy efficiency data adaptation to Accelleron.

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At the end of the ceremony, CCS, Accelleron China, and CPGC signed a tripartite cooperation agreement on the renovation of existing methanol and ammonia fueled engines and the upgrading of traditional fuel engines to improve ship energy efficiency.

CCS, Accelleron and CPGC will work together to reportedly make unremitting efforts for the green and sustainable development and technological innovation of the shipbuilding industry.

Last month, it was announced that Governor Rafael Fonteles of Piauí, Brazil, signed three MoUs with the Fujian Government in Fuzhou, China.

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