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Clean Ammonia Ships: Zero-Emission Shipping from Australia to Asia 2028

Here’s an article posted in marineinsight.

According to the article,

  1. Clean ammonia can power ships on the iron ore trade routes between West Australia and East Asia.
  2. Zero-emission ships could be in operation as early as 2028, with a projected 5% adoption by 2030.
  3. The necessary technologies are on track for development, enabling the deployment of clean ammonia-powered bulk carriers by 2028.

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