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Japanese ship engine manufacturers look to hydrogen

Three firms will work together to develop different types of hydrogen-fuelled engines

Three of Japan’s leading marine engine manufacturers have agreed to work together to develop hydrogen-powered engines for ships. Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Yanmar Power Technology and Japan Engine Corporation have signed a joint venture contract, establishing a new company called HyEng Corporation. “With the establishment of HyEng Corporation, the three companies will further advance their joint development activities and accelerate their drive to develop new markets for decarbonisation in the marine domain,” the firms said in a joint statement. 2pc – Shipping’s contribution to GHG emissions The partners will jointly carry out fundamental technology tests on hydrogen combusti



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