Safety regulations required before hydrogen’s wider adoption in shipping

The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) has said that adequate risk management provisions must be in place for the wider adoption of hydrogen and ammonia in the shipping industry.

It is believed that the main requirement before hydrogen is considered for the wider adoption in shipping is its need to be properly managed and insured with regulations.

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