22m to develop maritime decarbonisation and digitalisation projects over next five years

11 Oct 2022

The use of ammonia as a marine fuel and the study of alternative sources of energy for next-generation multi-purpose ports will be moving to the next stages of research, with an injection of $22 million over the next five years. The Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) will work with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) in these research projects. SUTD will be partnering with SP’s Centre of Excellence in Maritime Safety to develop a platform that features both physical and digital components from operational technology systems used in the maritime industry.

[The Straits Times]