KR puts hydrogen at heart of zero emission ship strategy

The development of ice class vessel propulsion, and operational optimisation for polar operations will be completed by 2030.

The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) expects hydrogen to represent one of the three main fuel types in its zero emission vessel designs, a KR representative announced during the Kormarine conference in Busan in October 2019. Other fuels include LNG, LPG, ethanol and methanol, and bio-fuels.

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