Ammonia could be the answer to shipping's hydrogen challenge

Ammonia is the third-most transported chemical globally. Photo: Ben Ostrowsky

There are already plans on the table to create green, carbon-free hydrogen from renewables, so the maritime industry has begun its search for the next step, one which would allow H2 to be turned into a more easily storable, transportable form of fuel. Ammonia could be the answer, writes Stevie ...

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