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Nordic Green Ammonia powered ship NoGAPS

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Ammonia is a promising alternative marine fuel. However, there are currently no ships capable of sailing on ammonia.

The Nordic Green Ammonia-Powered Ships (NoGAPS) project brings together key players in the value chain to develop solutions for a Nordic-based, ammonia-powered, zero-emission ship.

The first phase was publicly funded with private in-kind contributions, included members from across the value chain, and all results were made public. The second phase, which is currently in progress, uses public and private cofunding with a narrowing focus on the design, operation, and economics of an ammonia-fueled vessel. The M/S NoGAPS is a handy-sized ammonia-fueled gas carrier (22,000 m3 cargo capacity) optimized for commercial operation in the North Atlantic and northwestern European waters

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