Amogy ammonia-to-power solution gains ABS NTQ recognition

ABS has issued its New Technology Qualification (NTQ) for the innovative ammonia-to-electrical power system developed by Brooklyn, N.Y., headquartered Amogy.

The Amogy solution splits, or “cracks,” liquid ammonia into its base elements of hydrogen and nitrogen, funneling the hydrogen into a fuel cell generating high-performance power. The technology represents a sustainable, clean energy solution tailored for industries such as maritime shipping and power generation.

ABS granted the NTQ following...

https://www.marinelog.com/technology/amogy-ammonia-to-power-solution-gains-abs-ntq-recognition/

Amogy partners with Hanwha on ammonia-powered vessel solutions

A three-way partnership between Brooklyn, N.Y., headquartered Amogy and two units of South Korea’s Hanwhat Group aims to accelerate accelerate the decarbonization of the maritime industry through the deployment of Amogy’s zero-emission ammonia-to-power technology for ammonia-powered vessel solutions.

Hanwha Ocean (the former DSME), one the world’s largest shipbuilders, has signed a contract that will see it purchase an Amogy ammonia-to-electrical power system that includes a Hanwha Aerospace...

https://www.marinelog.com/news/amogy-partners-with-hanwha-on-ammonia-powered-vessel-solutions/

Amogy technology picked to power ePSV

Brooklyn, N.Y., headquartered ammonia-to-power specialist Amogy has signed a contract that will see its technology power an electric platform supply vessel (ePSV). The contract has been reached with Stavanger, Norway, based Green Ships Invest, and follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) by the two parties in October 2023.

Under the contract, Green Ships Invest will specifically design the ePSV to be equipped with 2 MW of clean energy capacity, using ten of Amogy’s 200 kW...

https://www.marinelog.com/technology/amogy-technology-picked-to-power-epsv/

Amogy in MOU with eFuels innovator Infinium

Brooklyn, N.Y., based ammonia-to-power specialist Amogy Inc. and Sacramento, Calif., based eFuels provider Infinium have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore opportunities to integrate their technologies and develop commercial applications across the eFuels and green ammonia value chain.

A key focus of this collaboration is the potential integration of Amogy’s ammonia-cracking technology to provide low-cost, accessible green hydrogen feedstock as an input to produce Infinium’s...

https://www.marinelog.com/legal/environment/amogy-in-mou-with-efuels-innovator-infinium/

Amogy: Don’t burn hydrogen, split ammonia instead

The future of hydrogen as a transportation fuel has numerous hurdles to climb, but one of the most basic is just how it gets used in an engine.

Most of the focus has been on the debate between combustion — using hydrogen in an internal combustion engine engineered for it — or injecting it into an onboard storage tank where it is then fed into a fuel cell. The fuel cell generates electricity and the waste product is water.

Both have environmental issues. Combustion of hydrogen creates problematic...

https://www.freightwaves.com/news/amogy-dont-burn-hydrogen-split-ammonia-instead

Tug and Salvage Vessel News Roundup | March 9 – Deliveries to Australia and Trinidad, ammonia-fuelled concept and more

New tugs have been delivered to operators in Trinidad and Tobago and Western Australia. An American barge handling company places an order for a new pusher tug while cons ..

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