Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded type approval to BeHydro, a joint venture between CMB.Tech and Anglo Belgian Corporation (ABC), for its hydrogen-powered dual-fuel engine. It is the first type approval for a dual-fuel hydrogen engine. The new engine, which has a...
Feadship has received a second approval in principle (AiP) by Lloyd’s Register for its compact multi-fuel system design. The system design is engineered for the next generation of yachts that has to be flexible to adapt to the changing shipping fuel production and...
A new and space efficient retrofit methanol storage solution from SRC Group has received Approval in Principle (AiP) from Lloyd’s Register. Methanol Superstorage avoids cofferdams in a solution boosting volume by up to 85 per cent. The AiP signifies that no major...
A Lloyd’s Register report on the state of technology, integration and compliance, alongside the business case for retrofitting vessels, has found that repair yard capability and capacity concerns could thwart the uptake of alternative fuel technology onboard existing...
Swiss marine power company WinGD has secured the first ever approval in principle (AiP) for two-stroke engines fuelled with ammonia. Lloyd’s Register awarded the AiP to WinGD’s X-DF-A dual-fuel range. The AiP gives shipowners the assurances they need to realise vessel...
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