Hydrogen Utilization in Ships in Line with EU Green Deal Goals

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Energy is one of the most significant factors that has shaped history from the past to the present. Given the struggle against global warming and climate change, two of the world’s most pressing issues, it is predicted that energy will remain one of the most significant elements shaping the future. Global warming and climate change become a concern for all nations, regions, continents, areas, and industries near the end of the twentieth century. Many nations, fields, and industries have signed protocols, norms, and agreements to prevent global warming and climate change. Although the marine sector is likewise interested in this topic, significant progress has only lately been made. With the EU Green Deal, the EU established a zero-emission objective for all sectors by 2050, drawing all attention to Europe in the marine sector. In order to meet the zero-carbon emissions objective, all industries have agreed on two major options. These are renewable energy and carbon-free fuels named clean energy. The use of carbon-free fuels stands out, because of the significant energy consumption in the aviation and maritime industries. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG.


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Climate change, Energy system analysis, EU Green deal, GHG, Hydrogen


Lecture Notes in Energy

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