In several sectors, climate-neutral transports have been developed and marketed by introducing a different systems approach. The overall objective of the study is to initiate a market-driven introduction of climate-neutral fuels in shipping. The feasibility study will clarify the technical, practical, economical and market aspects that are relevant to the maritime sector and its customers and provide knowledge on how to introduce drop-in shares of climate-neutral fuels in existing tonnage.
Initiating parties: IVL, School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg
Prioritised areas: Integrated transport systems and business models • Evaluation and reduction of any negative effects shipping has on the climate, environment and public health • Alternative energy for ship propulsion and energy supply
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