Former Clinton Foundation advisor strongly advocates ammonia for shipping

Ammonia is the best option for a future fuel in shipping, says Stephen Crolius, former climate advisor with the Clinton Foundation. Engine developers like MAN and Wärtsilä are working on ammonia-powered engines, and shipping lines like Maersk, NYK and DFDS are eying options in taking this road.

Stephen Crolius, Carbon Neutral Consulting. | Photo: Carbon Neutral Consulting

To many shipping companies, ammonia as a ship fuel is the financially least risky way of transitioning their fleets to sustainable sailing, and shipowners can initiate such a transition right away.

That's the recommendation by Stephen Crolius of consultancy Carbon Neutral Consulting, which acts as a strategic advisor to companies and has mapped out ammonia as a shipping fuel in a paper titled the Ammonia Report.

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