Engine makers ready engines for the 4-stroke methanol market

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The solutions available for methanol engines and retrofit packages are growing, but there are still financial concerns about their viability.

April will see MAN Energy Solutions fire up its 4-stroke seven-cylinder 51/60 test engine in Augsburg configured for methanol combustion. Type approval is expected in Q3 2025, followed shortly after by a first pilot installation, the details of which are being finalised.

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