CF08_2: NH3 marine engine

Ammonia Marine Engine CF08_2 Project dura­tion: 04/2021–03/2024 Part­ners: Aim of Project: On the way to imple­men­ting the energy tran­si­tion, ship­ping must also be trans­formed into an emis­sion-free and climate-neutral area of mobi­lity. The use of “green” ammonia as a carbon-free fuel offers the poten­tial to contri­bute to achie­ving this goal for future ship­ping. Against this…

CF09: GreenBalticCruising: Development of a concept for the implementation of CAMPFIRE technologies for zero-emission marine mobility in the Baltic Sea Region

Marine propul­sion CF09 Project costs: 605 T€ Project period: 10/2020–10/2022 Part­ners: Carnival Martime, Port Rostock, Yara Objec­tive: The use of ammonia as a new energy source on the Baltic Sea requires a detailed consi­de­ra­tion of the Baltic Sea coun­tries, their port struc­tures and ship­ping connec­tions with nort­hern Germany. In addi­tion to deve­lo­ping poten­tial ammonia-based ferry…

CF08_1: Development of a concept for the emission-free operation of an inland vessel powered by ammonia

Marine propul­sion CF08_1 Project costs: 1.279 T€ Project period: 09/2020–08/2022 Part­ners: Objec­tive: The objec­tive of CF08 projects is to outfit an inland vessel as a ‘test vehicle’ that uses an ammonia-powered internal combus­tion engine, a process that includes the instal­la­tion of the necessary tank, safety and peri­pheral systems onboard the vessel. The ammonia-powered propul­sion system…

CF07: Development of a functional model for an ammonia-powered sport yacht with a hybrid system consisting of a solid oxide fuel cell and engine

Marine propul­sion CF07 Project costs: 1.470 T€ Project period: 09/2020–08/2022 Part­ners: Objec­tive: Sailing yachts have always used wind for propul­sion. Today, the inte­rior fittings offered by most modern sailing yachts meet high stan­dards and use electrical energy for navi­ga­tion, safety, secon­dary propul­sion and auxi­liary equip­ment onboard the ship. This energy is provided by fossil-based primary…