Study points to Mexico as obvious choice for green fuel supply

Geographic placement and potential for the production of green fuels gives Mexico a central role in the future fuel supply for shipping, assesses report.

Manufacturing of green hydrogen via electrolysis | Photo: PR / Wenger Engineering

Located on important sailing routes, Mexico is an obvious location for the production of green fuels, concludes a study carried out by organizations Getting to Zero Coalition, P4G and World Economic Forum, all of which work in the field of environmental solutions.

According to the study, hydrogen and ammonia are the most usable, green fuels for large merchant vessels, such as tanker, container and dry bulk vessels, and Mexico is well-situated to become a key supplier of green fuels for shipping.

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