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Transforming long-haul transport fuels

Electric vehicles show considerable promise as a way to reduce emissions from transport, but fall short when it comes to long-distance sectors such as shipping and road haulage. So the maritime sector is pioneering the use of ammonia as a green alternative to fossil fuels, writes David Appleyard.

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EW Nov 2020 pp28-29.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Maritime engineering - Shipping - Emissions - Transport - Electric vehicles -

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