Creating an alternative fuels training hub

Amogy Powerpack

Source: Amogy

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has inked an agreement to develop a Maritime Energy Training Facility (METF) on the operation of ships powered by alternative fuel systems.

A Letter of Intent (LOI) was signed between Amogy, a provider of ammonia-to-power solutions, the MPA and 22 partners, including international organisations, engine makers, classification societies, trade associations and institutes of higher learning at Singapore Maritime Week 2024.

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