A techno-economic view on the zero carbon fuel landscape

The report identified fuel price is the main factor in adoption, but added that different zero-carbon fuel options will be more competitive over the decades before 2050.

Lloyd''s Register and UCL''s University Maritime Advisory Services (UMAS) have published a report looking at the economic viability, technology readiness and stakeholder engagement of different zero carbon fuels. While the fuels will be technologically possible in the next few years, confidence in the availability of such fuels and the supply ...

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