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Ardmore joint venture to promote hydrogen despite skepticism in the industry

E1 Marine, owned by tanker company Ardmore, among others, will promote hydrogen as a fuel for shipping with a technology expected in the market within a year, says managing director to ShippingWatch. Other players have already written off the alternative fuel.

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A new hydrogen venture named E1 Marine plans to promote the use of hydrogen as a maritime fuel using its own technology.

Several players in the shipping industry have expressed skepticism towards the use of hydrogen as a future fuel.

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