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MAN Energy’s new gas engines now capable of utilising hydrogen
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MAN Energy’s new gas engines now capable of utilising hydrogen

MAN Energy Solutions has revealed today (Nov 4) that its four-stroke engines are now hydrogen ready and capable of operating with a 25% hydrogen content in a gas-fuel mix.

This enables a pathway to decarbonise various power generation plants with hydrogen capable of producing sufficient levels of energy with a significantly lower carbon footprint.

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The hydrogen-combusting capabilities of the gas engines enable MAN to meet Level B requirements of the European Engine Power Plants Association’s hydrogen readiness standard.

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