The EU plans to offer EUR86bn to increase the proportion of energy produced from renewable sources by 2030.

Green hydrogen: the European Union nails its colours to mast


The European Union’s USD221 billion (EUR210bn) REPowerEU scheme will accelerate the emergence of a hydrogen economy in the EU, while ending the trading bloc’s reliance upon imported Russian hydrocarbons by 2027.

The Wärtsilä Two-Stroke Future Fuels Conversion Platform – A fuel-proof way to gear up for decarbonisation

Without immediate action in the form of retrofits or power limitation, much of today’s global fleet faces the prospect of non-compliance with the IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) regulations, which enter into force in January 2023. Fleet owners face the additional risk of stranded assets caused by uncertainty around the availability, quality and price of future fuels.

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