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MAN to develop ammonia-powered engine through new project

A new project, counting MAN Energy Solutions, among others, aims to develop ammonia-powered engines over the next three years. The project is in line with MAN's own plans to be able to supply ammonia engines by 2024 at the latest.

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Engine manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions joins a new project that aims to develop ammonia-powered engines within the next three years.

The project is funded by the German government and carried out in collaboration with the University of Munich, Neptun Ship Design, WTZ and Woodward L'Orange, informs a press release issued by MAN.

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