MarE-fuel: Energy efficiencies in synthesising green fuels and their expected cost, MarE-fuel project report 9/9-2021, DTU Energy

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Abstract

Several replacement fuel to today’s fossil based ship propulsion fuels have been addressed in MarEfuel. Key ones are; pyrolysis oil (blend in fuel), methanol and ammonia. These were singled out among many possible fuels from a preliminary analysis that indicated that they could play a key role in fulfilling the emission targets set politically and by the sector in the most cost effective manner. In the following they shall be treated in turn in some detail. Costs of several “blue” fuels have also been assessed. The projected costs are used in other parts of the MarEfuel project (e.g. for assessing the total cost of ownership).
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTechnical University of Denmark
Number of pages76
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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