Nailing down zero emissions, the MARIN way

Zero Emission Lab

The world’s largest maritime research outfit will soon use a modular ‘Zero-Emission Lab’ to configure the engine rooms of the future at scale

The Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN) started zero-emission research and development a few years ago to handle the meat-and-potato questions the energy transition puts before the yacht-building industry. Soon, the world’s largest maritime research outfit will use a modular ‘Zero-Emission Lab’ to configure the engine rooms of the future at scale.

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