Nordic Maritime Transport and Energy Research Programme
The aim of Nordic Maritime Transport and Energy Research Programme (NMTERP) is to map, develop and use alternative energy sources in maritime operations and support the decarbonisation of the Nordic maritime sector.
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Nordic Maritime Transport and Energy Research Programme

Acronym: NMTERP
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Svend Søyland, Senior Adviser

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AEGIR | Ammonia electric marine power for GHG emission reduction

AEGIR – cutting marine greenhouse emissions

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Project lead: Technical University of Denmark

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Powering ships with ammonia via fuel cells

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CAHEMA | Concepts of ammonia/hydrogen engines for marine application

Project lead: Lund University

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CAHEMA presentation from Aalto University

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CAHEMA presentation from NTNU

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CAHEMA presentation from WMU

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HOPE | Hydrogen fuel cells solutions in shipping in relation to other low carbon options – a Nordic perspective

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Project lead: Svenska miljöinstitutet

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About NMTERP

Three Nordic research consortia test the use of ammonia and hydrogen as fuel for ships The research consortia are funded through a joint effort by Nordic Energy Research and several funding research institutions, including Business Finland, the Danish Energy Agency, the Icelandic Centre for Research, the Norwegian Research Council, and the Swedish Transport Administration. The consortia will run for two years…
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