Modelling suggests biofuels first then ammonia for climate-neutral shipping

The analysis highlighted the need for more electrolysis plants, such as Air Products' installation for thyssenkrupp (pictured), to create hydrogen as feedstock for Power-to-X fuels

Source: Air Products

Analysis by researchers from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) indicates that the cheapest solution for reducing emissions from the shipping industry is initially to use green fuels produced from sustainable biomass - first in the form of pyrolysis oil and then in the form of bio-e-methanol. Ammonia is optimally ...

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