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Ammonia and hydrogen are key to decarbonising maritime transport, says World Bank report
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Ammonia and hydrogen are key to decarbonising maritime transport, says World Bank report

Green ammonia and hydrogen have both been recognised as key zero emission fuel sources that could be influential in decarbonising the maritime transportation sector in a new research report.

The report, released last week (Thursday 15th April) by the World Bank, indicates that it could be economically beneficial to start production of blue ammonia and hydrogen which can be transitioned to its green counterparts when renewable electricity prices begin to decrease.

Ammonia and hydrogen have been identified as having advantageous features that not only support environmental factors but can be made from a variety of different production methods.

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