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SALMO project to focus on marine fuels

Updated: Sep 4, 2020

Green Fuels Research is leading the SALMO project, which will demonstrate the use of waste from fish farming to produce sustainable marine fuel.


A Maritime Research and Innovation UK (MarRI-UK) initiative supported by the U.K. Department for Transport, SALMO will convert waste biomass from salmon farming into drop-in fuels suitable for use in marine diesel engines.


"Shipping accounts for 3 percent of all CO2 emissions," said Paul Hilditch, chief operating officer of Green Fuels Research. "And this is a sector which is going to find it hard to decarbonize without sustainable liquid fuels." Use of waste ensures that the fuel is highly sustainable and fully biogenic.


SALMO is a collaboration between Green Fuels Research, the University of Cardiff and London South Bank University.


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