MAN ES turns its attention to small-bore engines on its journey to new fuels

MAN Energy Solutions already has experience of dual-fuel four-stroke operation, such as with the 28/32 DF genset .

Source: MAN Energy Solutions

For ship propulsion, “dual-fuel has come to stay” in all vessel segments, according to Thomas Hansen, head of two-stroke promotion and customer support at MAN Energy Solutions. “And that gives a general need for auxiliary power also to be delivered by dual fuel.”

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