99% EPA Harmful Emissions Cut, 27% GHG Reduction

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The maritime industry is playing an important role in the fight against climate change. By reducing its emissions, the industry can help protect the environment and ensure a sustainable future for shipping.

The maritime industry is working towards meeting 2030 and 2050 International Maritime Organisation (IMO) emissions goals, as well as localised emissions rules to improve air quality, including those set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and European Union (EU).

Proven clean technology solutions are part of this journey.

Available now, e1 Marine’s methanol-to-hydrogen generator technology makes it possible to convert methanol to fuel-cell grade hydrogen onboard a vessel; when combined with hydrogen fuel cells and battery packs, it can even be used for primary propulsion or auxiliary power.

Find out how their solutions can make a tangible impact on shipping’s decarbonisation and nearly eradicate other harmful emissions when compared to traditional diesel engines.

Download their study, ‘Towards Zero’ co-authored with maritime innovation consultancy Thetius, and understand the potential impact of methanol-to-hydrogen generators on cleaner shipping operations.

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