NGO conditionally accepts green ammonia as the future fuel for shipping

If the emission of harmful gases can be avoided, green ammonia is a clear candidate as one of the sustainable future fuels for shipping, assesses German NGO.

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The elimination race to select sustainable fuels for the future of shipping is in full swing, and one of the candidates, green ammonia, stands as a possible winner if environmental issues can be resolved.

Such is the conclusion in a new report on green ammonia as a marine fuel prepared by the German Öko-Institut on behalf of German environmental organization NABU.

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