New study supports great potential for ammonia-powered ships

According to a new study, ammonia-powered ships have the potential to contribute significantly to the decarbonization of shipping. Behind the consortium are, among others, Global Maritime Forum, with Ørsted, BW Gas and MAN Energy Solutions as project participants.

Model photo of a chemical tanker sailing on the ammonia it transports. | Photo: PR-foto leveret af C-Job Naval Architects

It is both practical and feasible to consider green ammonia as the future CO2-free fuel for shipping, according to a new study titled The Nordic Green Ammonia-Powered Ship.

Global Maritime Forum and Fürstenberg Maritime Advisory, as well as a host of other companies, have investigated the possibility of putting green ammonia-powered ships on the water, and their conclusion is positive.

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