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Ammonia for Zero Emissions : Amogy Teams Up with Skansi Offshore and SEAM

Here’s an article in Offshore Energy that talks about the partnership of Amogy, Skansi Offshore and SEAM for zero emission projects for the offshore industry.

According to the article,

  • Amogy partners with Skansi Offshore and SEAM to investigate technology collaboration for decarbonizing the offshore industry
  • First focus is retrofitting Amogy’s ammonia-to-power system on one of Skansi’s vessels for zero emissions operation
  • Amogy’s ammonia-to-power system adopted by Marco Polo Marine for offshore wind service fleet, reducing carbon footprint
  • Amogy’s technology expected to revolutionize maritime and transportation industries

Let’s delve into the details:

  1. Amogy’s Ammonia-to-Power System:
    • This system represents a groundbreaking approach to zero-emission power generation, utilizing ammonia as a clean energy carrier.
    • Ammonia is a promising alternative to traditional fossil fuels due to its high energy density and zero carbon emissions upon combustion.
    • According to studies, the global ammonia market was valued at approximately $52 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach over $80 billion by 2026, reflecting its growing importance as a clean energy source.
    • Adoption of ammonia-based systems for power generation is gaining traction across various industries, with the maritime sector being one of the key areas of interest due to its potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  2. Partnership with Skansi Offshore and SEAM:
    • Skansi Offshore’s partnership with Amogy and SEAM underscores the industry’s commitment to embracing sustainable practices.
    • SEAM, a leading maritime technology provider, brings expertise in integrating cutting-edge solutions into existing vessel infrastructure, facilitating the seamless implementation of Amogy’s technology.
    • Collaborative efforts like this are crucial for accelerating the transition towards a low-carbon economy, with the offshore industry playing a pivotal role in driving innovation and sustainability.
  3. Retrofitting Amogy’s System on Skansi’s Vessels:
    • Retrofitting Amogy’s ammonia-to-power system on Skansi’s vessels demonstrates a practical approach to reducing emissions in the maritime sector.
    • By retrofitting existing vessels rather than building new ones, companies can achieve significant cost savings while minimizing environmental impact.
    • The successful implementation of this initiative could serve as a blueprint for other offshore operators looking to adopt sustainable technologies, potentially leading to widespread industry adoption.
  4. Adoption by Marco Polo Marine for Offshore Wind Service Fleet:
    • Marco Polo Marine’s decision to adopt Amogy’s system for its offshore wind service fleet highlights the versatility and effectiveness of the technology.
    • Offshore wind farms require reliable and environmentally friendly power sources for their operations, making Amogy’s solution an ideal fit.
    • The deployment of ammonia-based power systems in the offshore wind sector is expected to contribute to the industry’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality, further driving growth and innovation in renewable energy.

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