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CRYO Shipping encourages green marine energy

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The maritime industry is slowly moving towards a clean and renewable future. CRYO Shipping has stated that it aims to take lead in the future green energy development, and have received government grants for developing suitable infrastructure solutions for supply of fully renewable energy as marine fuel. 

CRYO Shipping is cooperating with major players in the hydrogen industry, and initially serving the bold Norwegian shipowners who are taking early positions as consumers of fully renewable marine fuels.

Partner and Project Manager of the company, Are Magnussen, said: “hydrogen as marine fuel is in an early phase, and that we still have a way to go with regards to developing suitable concepts, technical solutions, regulations and operational requirements”.

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