Wärtsilä expects to have ammonia blend engine running this year

Wärtsilä launches a new test program for carbon-free solutions, and the Finnish supplier expects to have an engine that can sail on an ammonia fuel blend ready before the end of the year.

A traditional two-stroke engine from Wärtsilä | Photo: Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä expects to have a maritime engine running on an ammonia blend fuel already this year.

The news comes in conjunction with the announcement of a new, large test program for CO2-free fuels from the Finnish supplier.

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