A survey by Deloitte suggests that switching to LNG is the preferred solution for shipping companies to adopt in order to meet the IMO’s emissions standards for marine bunker fuels.
Hydrogenious Technologies’ solution and Clariant’s catalysts present a safer, more efficient alternative for storing and transporting very large amounts of clean hydrogen from renewable sources.
The Spirit of British Columbia, part of BC Ferries of Canada’s fleet, is back in operation following its conversion to using LNG.
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