WinGD initiates research project to bet on ammonia and methanol

Swiss engine designer WinGD sees ammonia as the right choice for shipping in the green transition, and the company invests EUR 30 million in research projects to develop engines that can run on ammonia and methanol.

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Klaus Heim, CEO of Swiss engine designer WinGD, believes in a consensus on ammonia as the right choice for shipping in the green transition.

WinGD has thus initiated a research project to develop technology for the company's engines to run on ammonia and methanol. The engine designer plans to funnel around EUR 30 million into the research project over the next five years, Heim tells ShippingWatch in an interview.

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