Interislander passenger and vehicle ferry ‘Arahura’ will run an auxiliary engine on a fuel oil emulsion for three months, after an initial two-day test in 2013 showed reduced emissions and fuel consumption, reports Dag Pike.
The idea of using emulsified fuel has been around for decades, and a recent trial has again demonstrated that efficiency gains are possible alongside the known emission reductions, writes Wendy Laursen
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