Decarbonization applications for power generation and propulsion systems

Apr 21 2021


As we enter the age of decarbonization, owners and operators are faced with many options for achieving their greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.

One of these options includes the use of decarbonization applications for power generation and propulsion systems on-board the vessel.

 

The ABS Advisory on Decarbonization Applications for Power Generation and Propulsion Systems details the options available to achieve decarbonization through power generation and propulsion systems, including:

  • State-of-the-art technologies
  • Fuel consumption reduction
  • Carbon capture technologies

 

The advisory also outlines the considerations that should be taken when determining the best option for your fleet, including current regulatory requirements, current application, the technology complexity, available fuel options, and most importantly the safety concerns. 

 



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