World's first green ammonia terminal receives governmental grant

Azane Fuel Solutions' plan to develop, build and operate the world's first bunkering terminal in Norway receives a large governmental grant.

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Norwegian Azane Fuel Solutions and its partners has secured a grant from the Norwegian government for the development and establishment of what will become the world's first terminal for green ammonia bunkering.

The project, which involves building a green ammonia terminal, has been awarded NOK 89 million (EUR 8.6 million) through the Norwegian Green Platform Initiative, which supports projects aimed at the sustainable transition.

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