A discussion on the technologies being developed around fuel assurance and the importance of standards in the certification of green hydrogen and green ammonia
As the maritime industry moves towards adopting zero-carbon fuels such as green ammonia and hydrogen, one of the major obstacles is ensuring the sustainability of these fuels from the point of production to consumption. The Lloyd's Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub and Safetytech Accelerator are working with companies TYMLEZ and Authentix to develop technologies for tracing and verifying the carbon intensity of these fuels, in order to ensure that buyers can trust that the fuel is truly sustainable and not blended or mis-sold. A report on these technologies, entitled "Tracing the true carbon intensity of sustainable marine fuels" will be launched on January 18th, and a panel discussion on the importance of fuel assurance and standards in the certification of green hydrogen and green ammonia will be held. The panel will include experts in decarbonisation and technology, as well as stakeholders from the maritime industry.
Time: 9:00am – 10:00am UK time
Date: Tuesday, 31 January 2023
Location: Virtual/ GoToWebinar