ABS-led consortium to produce alt fuels studies for EMSA

The techno-economic studies will assess the use of each fuel or power technology, including availability, life-cycle emission characteristics and economic aspects.

The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has commissioned a four-year project to study key aspects of the decarbonisation of shipping, including biofuels, ammonia, hydrogen, wind-assisted propulsion, air lubrication and other promising technologies. A consortium led by ABS, along with CE Delft and Arcsilea will perform six studies for the project.

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