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ZEM and University of St Andrews Win Royal Society of Chemistry Prize

Updated: Mar 13

ZEM Fuel Systems and the University of St Andrews School of Chemistry have been awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry Prize for Industry-Academia Collaboration.


The team consisting of Dr Berceste Beyribey Price (Senior Technology & Commercial Officer, ZEM Fuel Systems Ltd), Dr Paul Connor (Senior Research and Teaching Fellow, University of St Andrews), Professor John Irvine (CEO/CTO and Professor, ZEM Fuel Systems Ltd./University of St Andrews), Dr Sneh Jain (COO, ZEM Fuel Systems Ltd), and Dr Kamil Nowicki (Research Fellow, University of St Andrews) won the prize for their work on the development and commercialisation of a disruptive zero emission energy technology, direct ammonia fuel cells, to decarbonise the maritime industry. In this project, the researchers in the university focused on developing a highly efficient technology with long durability while the engineers in the ZEM Fuel Systems focused on scaling up the technology and the safe use of ammonia as fuel. In this project, the researchers at the University focused on developing a highly efficient technology with long durability, while the engineers in the ZEM Fuel Systems focused on scaling up the technology and the safe use of ammonia as fuel.

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