Mexico could be a ‘hydrogen hotspot’ for green shipping fuel production, says report

Mexico could be a “hydrogen hotspot” for green shipping fuel production thanks to its abundant renewable energy potential and access to busy shipping routes, says new report released today (Sep 14).

Mexico: fuelling the future of shipping highlights the country’s role in the transformation of global shipping through green hydrogen-derived fuels.

Conducted by Ricardo and Environmental Defense Fund for the P24 Getting to Zero Coalition Partnership, the study says green hydrogen-derived shipping fuels could improve energy security and catalyse renewable energy generation supply chains.

The zero and low carbon fuel options available for adoption by the maritime industry include green and blue hydrogen, green and blue ammonia, green methanol, biofuels and battery power.

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