Lloyd’s Register sinks its teeth into decarbonisation

Methanol in glass illustrator

Marine classification society shares expert insights into low-carbon maritime fuels

As it absorbs the pros and cons of alternative fuels, the superyacht sector has a formidable ally in Lloyd’s Register, for whom the energy transition is a loud call to arms. The venerable classification society – founded in a London coffee house in 1760 – has begun sharing expert insights into low-carbon maritime fuels.

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