Blue World Technologies is on a mission to bring energy-efficient and cost-effective methanol fuel cell technology to the world. Our fuel cell system can be applied to the stationary/APU, automotive, and heavy-duty market, offering a real green alternative to the combustion engine and diesel generators. We are working with a high-temperature PEM technology that enables us to provide high electrical efficiency and long-lasting durability.
We are covering the entire value chain to enable optimised performance and cost-effectiveness of components and systems.
The Danish Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs has announced that the Green CCU Hub Aalborg project – in which Blue World Technologies plays an important part as fuel cell technology partner – has been pre-qualified and will proceed to the next phase in the IPCEI programme.
Blue World Technologies has received loan financing from the Danish Green Investment Fund that administrates green investments from the Danish Government. With the cutting-edge methanol fuel cell technology and the support from the Danish Government, this capital will help push forward the green transition of the transportation industry.
The two companies are working together to develop a small-scale mobile methanol fuel cell solution for stationary and auxiliary power. The target is to develop a solution in the 5 to 15-kilowatt power range. Blue World Technologies and Clayton Power are committed to the development of next-generation methanol fuel cell solution to deliver safe, reliable, […]
An innovative fuel cell system based on high-temperature proton exchange membrane (HTPEM) technology from Blue World Technologies is being constructed for testing at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark. The test installation, which will use methanol as fuel, will explore the technology’s potential as a source of marine auxiliary power. Funded by Danish EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program), the project is a joint effort between fuel cell maker Blue World Technologies, Alfa Laval and vessel owners DFDS, Maersk Drilling and Hafnia.
Driving the financial strategy, Christian Peter Schou Jakobsen has been appointed Chief Financial Officer of Blue World Technologies supporting the development of the company in achieving its strategic growth ambitions. On 1 April 2021, Christian Peter Schou Jakobsen entered the position as Chief Financial Officer at Blue World Technologies. Christian joined the Blue World team […]
Following Blue World Technologies’ acquisition of Danish Power Systems, the former CEO and Co-founder, Hans Aage Hjuler, continues as Chief Scientific Officer at Blue World Technologies. With his extensive knowledge and experience, Blue World Technologies is strengthening its position as one of the world’s leading companies within HT-PEM fuel cell technology.
The methanol fuel cell developer and manufacturer has taken over an 8,500 m2 production building on the Port of Aalborg, which has the capacity to commercialise Blue World Technologies’ methanol fuel cell technology. Ever since Blue World Technologies saw the light of day in 2018, the aim has been to commercialise the methanol fuel cell […]
AALBORG, Denmark and IRVINE, California, USA (Feb. 2, 2021) – Blue World Technologies today announced that we have agreed to collaborate with Karma Automotive to explore the viability of a fuel cell system to provide primary propulsion power for a variety of future passenger and light commercial vehicles. Fuel cells enable fast refueling and extremely long driving ranges, and with zero harmful emissions provide a green alternative to the internal combustion engine.
With a worldwide focus on reducing CO2 emitted into the atmosphere and eliminating harmful particle emission from the automotive industry, AIWAYS, a Shanghai-based personal mobility provider, has teamed up with the Danish developer and manufacturer of high-temperature methanol fuel cells, Blue World Technologies. The collaboration is based on AIWAYS’ overall goal to create the next generation of sustainable vehicles.
Worldwide, the climate is changing mainly due to too much CO2 emitted into the atmosphere. At the same time, 91% of the world’s population lives in places where air pollution exceeds WHO guideline limits resulting in 4.2 million premature deaths each year.